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Teleworks USA, KellyConnect Set to Hold Job Fairs May 8 & 9 in Hazard and Annville

Jobseekers across the region will be able to interview for several work-from-home positions that could earn up to $17 per hour with national customer service company KellyConnect at two upcoming job fairs.

Teleworks USA and KellyConnect are partnering to put on the job fairs, the first of which will be held Monday, May 8, at the Teleworks USA Annville Teleworks Hub, located at 169... (more)

Multi-employer job fairs set for Hazard & Pikeville

Jobseekers in Eastern Kentucky will have two opportunities to apply for jobs with companies in a variety of industries during two multi-employer job fairs in Hazard and Pikeville on April 25 and 26, respectively.

The first job fair will be held at the Kentucky Career Center JobSight in Hazard, located at 412 Roy Campbell Drive from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Tuesday, April 25. Twenty... (more)

P&P Construction Job Fair Draws Crowd of Nearly 200 Jobseekers Interested in Surface and Underground Coal Mining Jobs

Nearly 200 jobseekers turned out for a job fair in Harlan County on Friday, March 31, to apply and be interviewed for a number of available surface and underground mining positions at local mine operations.

P&P Construction, a manpower source for underground and surface mining companies, hosted the job fair at the Harlan Community Action Agency last week. The Eastern Kentucky... (more)

A Visit to the Booneville Teleworks Hub Ends with Owsley Countian Whittney Anderson Finding a New Job Working from Home

Whittney Anderson needed a job close to home. She had earned a good wage at her previous job in Mt. Sterling, but the drive from her home in Owsley County was nearly two hours each way. With a growing family, that commute has become untenable.

But Anderson also knew that finding work in or near her hometown of Booneville – population 80 – would likely be a challenge.

“Where I... (more)

P&P Construction Set to Host Underground, Surface Mining Job Fair on March 31 in Harlan

P&P Construction, a manpower source for underground and surface mining companies, is set to host a job fair on Friday, March 31, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., in Harlan County.

The company, in conjunction with the Eastern Kentucky Concentrated Employment Program, Inc. (EKCEP) and the Kentucky Career Center JobSight, will be hosting the event at the Harlan Community Action office, located... (more)