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Vol. 10, Issue 145 • Wednesday, May 25, 2005
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Ginger Lum was among many people filling out job applications yesterday at the WorkForce 2005 job fair at the Blaisdell Center. Hawaii's tight job market prompted a record number of companies, agencies and organizations to book booths at the fair.
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