4000 attend NOTL mall job fair For some, it was excitement for a new opportunity.
For others, it was just about getting a job. People packed the Niagara College campus in Niagara on the Lake Saturday for a career exhibition for the new outlet mall scheduled to open on Taylor Rd. this May. Long lines had to be formed to keep hallways clear of traffic before the event started. Within minutes of the doors opening, the exhibition area was jammed with people, making it, at times, difficult to move around. Many feel it an exciting time for coach outlet $478 the retail market in Niagara, with incoming tenants providing 1,500 employment opportunities. Some pointed to the age range in those applying young and old as a reflection of a region with the highest unemployment rate in Canada. very frustrating. It feels like Niagara has stopped growing. It discouraging, said Janet, a 50 year old St. Catharines resident. Janet did not want to provide her last name, a common response from several of the older applicants approached for comment by a Review reporter. this mall is going to be huge. It gives people hope to find work. a 59 year old St. Catharines resident, said she was working full time before she retired. am looking for something to drive the passion that I have. I am a high energy passion and I like fashion, she said after speaking with an assistant manager from Banana Republic. don feel people are ready to be retired. They have to be doing something they enjoy to feel alive. Smith, marketing director for Outlet Collection at Niagara, said 4,000 people attended the job coach outlet stores howell michigan fair. Bri Ann Stuart, general manager of the mall, said 70 tenants were accepting resumes for all positions, including full time and part time supervisor roles in preparation for the May 15 opening. outlet collection itself will be supplying about 1,500 jobs to the Niagara region, said Stuart, adding the mall will offer additional shopping options to locals and tourists. definitely have some fantastic tenants that are here with us today. We have your Tommy Hilfiger, Forever 21, Michael Kors. Pandora. and also, too, we have Bass Pro opening in the fall. total, Stuart said there will be more coach outlet purses you can put than 100 tenants that make up the largest open air outlet shopping centre in the country. Niagara Falls resident Tyler Vachon said he currently only working one shift a month and needs a better job if he wants to pay for post secondary education. trying everything, said the 18 year old, adding he disappointed there aren more employment opportunities in the region. the tourism that we have, we should have more opportunities for jobs, especially for students who need to pay for school. Godden, a 21 year old St. Catharines resident, said he currently works with his uncle and applied to several tenants, including Nike, Reebok and Bass coach outlet purses with rhinestones Pro, during the weekend. are so few and far between around here. It hard to get a job unless you have an in, he said.
got to make a choice. Do I stay or do I go? I want to stay, but you can wait around forever. Catharines resident Marley Finora said she working part time at the Fairview Mall Winners, but is trying to find another part time job.
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