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Get a job - Closeups
December 2011 Issue
It’s one thing to be a recent college grad looking for a job in a bad economy. It’s another to be an alumnus 10 to 20 years out of college looking for a job. The UGA Career Center is trying to make it easier on older grads with programs that address their needs directly. Nearly 600 alumni turned out for an Alumni Career Fair in June in Gwinnett County. One of them, Dorothy Camerio (BBA ’70), retired three years ago after a 21-year career. She was back in the job market after her husband’s job as a homebuilder collapsed due to the poor economy. Prior to the job fair, Camerio had sought help with her resume from UGA’s Alumni Career Services Center in Buckhead. With that in hand, she was ready to meet with representatives from Randstad and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, two of the 100 businesses recruiting at the fair. “I think [the career fair] is wonderful. I can’t say …
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