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RITCHIE GETS HIGH MARKS FROM TWO LEADING PRO-JOBS GROUPS

Unshackle Upstate, Business Council of New York State Give Ritchie Positive Reviews

State Senator Patty Ritchie has received high marks from the state’s two leading pro-jobs groups, Unshackle Upstate and the New York Business Council.

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REMINDER: RITCHIE TO HOST JOB AND CAREER FAIR WEDNESDAY

Event to Feature More than 60 Employers

State Senator Patty Ritchie has announced that 64 employers have signed-on for her Job and Career Fair, which will be held on Wednesday September 19th in Ogdensburg at the Odd Fellows Hall on Linden Street from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.

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NEARLY 40 EMPLOYERS SIGN-ON FOR RITCHIE'S CENTRAL NEW YORK JOB AND CAREER FAIR

Event Will Offer Opportunities to Meet Employers, Access Job-Searching Tips

Nearly 40 local employers are expected at State Senator Patty Ritchie’s second annual Job and Career Fair on Wednesday September 26th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Fulton War Memorial, located at 609 West Broadway St. in Fulton.

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NEARLY 500 JOB SEEKERS ATTEND RITCHIE'S ST. LAWRENCE COUNTY JOB AND CAREER FAIR

 

Event Featured Opportunities to Meet With 65 Area Employers

Nearly 500 St. Lawrence County job seekers attended State Senator Patty Ritchie’s second annual Job and Career Fair, held at the Odd Fellows Community Hall in Ogdensburg Wednesday.

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MORE THAN 250 JOB SEEKERS ATTEND RITCHIE’S OSWEGO COUNTY JOB FAIR

 

Attendees Connect With Nearly 40 Employers Looking to Hire

 

More than 250 job seekers packed the Fulton War Memorial Thursday for State Senator Patty Ritchie’s 3rd annual Oswego County Job Fair.

 

Those in attendance were able to connect with nearly 40 local employers—many of which are looking to hire—and access tips on everything from interview techniques to how to improve your online job search. 

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STANDING UP FOR OSWEGO JOBS: RITCHIE WINS OK FOR NUKE TAX BILL

State Senator Patty Ritchie beat back a challenge by downstate nuclear power opponents and won final legislative passage of her bill allowing Oswego County to continue to negotiate tax agreements with the operators of three nuclear power plants, helping to stabilize local government finances and protect jobs at some of the region’s biggest employers.