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2000-plus job hunters

Luke Rawalai
Wednesday, December 12, 2012

DESPERATE to find employment, more than 2000 youth and adults braved the heavy rain yesterday to undergo the Fiji Corrections Service recruitment drive in Labasa.

Corrections Supervisor Northern Assistant Superintendent of Prisons Penisoni Tuapati said yesterday was the drive's second day and majority who were interviewed made it to the obstacles test. "Only a few had been dropped due to minor issues such as those that did not have the required height and weight," he said.





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