More than 75 seniors attended the event. Some were seeking extra income to make ends meet, while others wanted a little extra financial security, and then there were those who were seeking to make better use of their time and feel productive. Whatever the case, there was a wide array of companies on site to suit their needs. There were positions available in the fields of home health care, customer service, and retail seasonal assignments. Organizations like the Department of Labor tried to match seniors to positions based on their experience and resume.
|State Senator James Sanders|
The companies / agencies participating in the fair included: Cocoon Healthcare Reborn, Carver Savings Bank, Queens Chamber of Commerce, Quality Healthcare, Department of Labor, Queens Centers for Progress, Joseph P. Addabbo Family Health Center, United States Postal Service, and New York Life.
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