Job fair held on Webster Avenue in the Bronx

Organizers want to help lower the borough’s high

Organizers want to help lower the borough’s high unemployment rate.

THE BRONX - Dozens of job seekers attended a fair in hopes of making their next career moves. 

More than 30 hiring companies set up tables at the police athletic building at 2255 Webster Ave. to meet prospective employees. 

Workers had several fields to choose from, including health care, retail and customer service. 

Organizers say they hope the job fair will help lower the borough’s unemployment rate, which is the highest in New York. 

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