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The often-elusive question of how to get a job in state government can be answered Tuesday, May 7 at the second annual State Government Career Fair.

The event, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Culture Center at the State Capitol Complex in Charleston, is open to the public.

It is sponsored by the West Virginia Division of Personnel and WorkForce West Virginia. The featured fields for employment opportunities will include nursing, social services, engineering, corrections, natural resources, environmental protection, human resources and information technology, according to information from the West Virginia Department of Administration. More than 15 state agencies will be at the event to talk about employment opportunities and benefits.

Interested individuals should bring their resumes, proper identification and any other information they would want to share with potential employers.

For details, call 304-558-3950 or visit personnel.wv.gov.

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