More than 30 attend Preston DOH job fair

KINGWOOD – More than 30 people attended the West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) job fair Wednesday in Preston County.
That’s according to Leslie Adkins, job recruiter for the event, which was  held at the Armed Forces Reserve Center on W.Va. 72.
“Some of the applicants were waiting when the fair opened at 9 a.m.,” she said.
Applicants must still pass drug tests and a background check before they will know if they have a job.

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