Are you out of work and worried about the future? Has it been months of searching and hitting brick walls?

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If you are like the many in New Jersey who find themselves on the unemployment line, officials in Monmouth County want to help. Their annual job fair takes place tomorrow in Freehold Township, and you won't want to miss it.

Sponsored by the Monmouth County Freeholders, the Workforce Investment Board and the County Division of Workforce Development, over 100 employers will be on hand for the event. Freeholder Tom Arnone says it's not just a place to drop off a resume.

Arnone says, "We have made it different this time. In the past, companies attended and collected resumes even if they weren't hiring. Now, the companies that will be there will all be looking for people on the day. There is an excellent chance you can leave with a new job."

Arnone emphasized the importance of the central location as it provides job seekers an opportunity to connect with employers without having to drive a long distance.

He says, "There's plenty of space available inside for those looking. We want everyone to be comfortable. Be sure to dress for success, come with copies of your resume and have a positive attitude."

The job fair runs from 11 a.m. till 2 p.m. at the Monmouth County Police Academy located at 200 Kozloski Road in Freehold Township.

For more information, contact Larry Sternbach at 732-783-8850 extension 3711.