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People to People has helped fill 12,000 jobs to date

 

Last updated 2/5/2009 at Noon

Fallbrook People to People Services manager Don Kinner (center) with his staff (from left) volunteers Carol Schling and John Henker and home healthcare service coordinator Lawrene Thomas.

With the current economic climate, it is reassuring to know that Fallbrook’s People to People free employment service continues to be the same wonderful resource it has been for the last 28 years.

“In the last 28 years, we have helped fill 12,000 jobs,” said Don Kinner, manager. “And since the economic downturn, our applicant numbers have doubled since last year.”

Because businesses and people are holding on to their money, job vacancies are currently fewer.

Despite the numbers involved in recent layoffs, People to People remains steadfast helping applicants find work. For many...



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