Elliot Haycock, a Red Deer resident, was one of the couple hundreds that were at the 2018 Central Alberta Spring Job Fair Tuesday afternoon. The career fair organized by the Career Assistance Network in Red Deer hosted employers like Precision Well Servicing, Central City Asphalt Ltd., RCMP, Canadian Red Cross and Service Canada. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

In photos: Career fair in Red Deer

Hundreds of Central Albertans were at a career fair at Westerner Park Tuesday to check out the 48 exhibitors and employers that were there.



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With resumes in hands and questions on their minds, hundreds walked in to check about 48 exhibitors and employers at the 2018 Central Alberta Spring Job Fair on Tuesday afternoon. The career fair organized by the Career Assistance Network in Red Deer hosted employers like Precision Well Servicing, Central City Asphalt Ltd., RCMP, Canadian Red Cross and Service Canada. Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff

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