For decades, Junior Achievement has been teaching children about business, finances and money. On Tuesday, they hosted a mock job fair where children were on both sides of the table.
The United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics said Pennsylvania is second in the nation when it came to adding new jobs over the past year.
Pennsylvania’s unemployment numbers are getting better. Earlier this week, the state announced the jobless rate is back below nine percent. Despite that good news, a job fair was held in Green Tree Thursday and it was a pretty bustling place.
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