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WT Job Fair

West Texas A&M students got a chance to meet with more than 80 area companies today.

The 33rd annual Career EXPO Job Fair took place earlier this afternoon.

Any WT student was invited to attend and make contact with businesses of all types throughout the area.

There is another job fair in the Spring, but a WT representative told us it is not as large and much newer than this fair in the fall.

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