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With the holidays quickly approaching, Washington Square Mall will host an employment fair to help mall merchants fill several full- and part-time positions to better serve mall patrons.

On Oct. 29 from noon to 7 p.m., guests are invited to the event area in front of Dick’s Sporting Goods to meet with mall retailers to learn more about available positions and participate in screening interviews. Potential applicants should come dressed to impress, and are encouraged to bring copies of their resumes or work history.

“One reason our shoppers love coming to Washington Square Mall is the wonderful sales associates they get to interact with,” said Adrian Lewis, Mall Manager at Washington Square Mall. “The job fair is a great opportunity for our guests to be a part of that tradition, while earning some extra money for their families during the holidays.”

Some retailers that will participate in the employment fair include Target, Sears, Finish Line, Victoria’s Secret, Rainbow, Bath & Body Works, Radio Shack, and US Security. One Stop Spa will be looking to hire hair stylist and barber positions, and military branches, such as the Navy, Army, and Marines, will be recruiting at the event.

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