FEATURE PHOTO: Job opportunities

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FEATURE PHOTO: Job opportunities

Igho Doghudje (right), a graduate student majoring in technology, speaks with HR specialists Sarah Steinbaugh and Alec Hart from the company Watchfire, during Wednesday’s job fair at the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Doghudje said showing potential employers interest and getting to know them before submitting resumes is beneficial to the hiring process.

Igho Doghudje (right), a graduate student majoring in technology, speaks with HR specialists Sarah Steinbaugh and Alec Hart from the company Watchfire, during Wednesday’s job fair at the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Doghudje said showing potential employers interest and getting to know them before submitting resumes is beneficial to the hiring process.

Logan Raschke

Igho Doghudje (right), a graduate student majoring in technology, speaks with HR specialists Sarah Steinbaugh and Alec Hart from the company Watchfire, during Wednesday’s job fair at the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Doghudje said showing potential employers interest and getting to know them before submitting resumes is beneficial to the hiring process.

Logan Raschke

Logan Raschke

Igho Doghudje (right), a graduate student majoring in technology, speaks with HR specialists Sarah Steinbaugh and Alec Hart from the company Watchfire, during Wednesday’s job fair at the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. Doghudje said showing potential employers interest and getting to know them before submitting resumes is beneficial to the hiring process.

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Igho Doghudje (right), a graduate student majoring in technology, speaks with HR specialists Sarah Steinbaugh and Alec Hart from the company Watchfire, during Wednesday’s job fair at the Grand Ballroom of the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union.

Doghudje said showing potential employers interest and getting to know them before submitting resumes is beneficial to the hiring process.