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1.700 Jobs Up For Grabs At UH Job Fair

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The Universidad Hispanoamericana in Llorente de Tibás will be holding a job fair Wednesday (July 10) and Thursday (July 11), looking to fill 1.700 new job positions.

empleo2013-1Originally the university had said 1.100 jobs were up for grabs, but a last minute announcement increased the number by 600.

Companies that will be taking part in the job fair are: Pizza hut, ITS, Grupo Belén, Unilever, Banco Lafise, Bank of América, Amazon, Tims, Is corporación, Café Orgánico, HP, Mckency & Co, Deloitte, Strena, Epa, IBM, GAP, Lenguaje and 360 Joven, among others.

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The fair opens at 11am and runs until 7pm each day, entrance is free.

For more information call 2241 9090, extension 103 and 818, their website at: and their Facebook page.



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