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8th Annual Coastal Bend Career and Job Fair Held in Bee County

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BEEVILLE (Kiii News) - The economic boom in South Texas is still going strong; especially in bee County, where lots of employers are looking to fill some good paying jobs.

Of course, Eagle Ford Shale has a lot to do with the job boom. That was certainly on display Wednesday at the Bee County Expo Center where more than 40 local businesses and companies were on hand for the eighth annual Coastal Bend Career and Job Fair.

HEB, the Bee County Sheriff's Department and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice were among those looking for workers.

If you weren't able to attend the career fair but are still interested in the opportunities that are available, you can call Lindsay Hagen at 361-354-2728.
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