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Cherokee Nation Looks For Workers

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The Cherokee Nation is looking for employees.
The jobs are mostly at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in the service areas.
The tribe offers a competitive wage of $9.36 an hour and benefits.
The benefits are better than workers would find, in most other jobs  with similar wages.
They are holding a job fair on Tuesday March 11th at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Convention Center.
It runs from 9:00 am and 6:00 pm in the upstairs salons of the building.
Workers should bring their resumes and be prepared to be interviewed on the spot.
'The Cherokee Nation gives preference to Native American applicants, so they should also bring identification.
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