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September 09, 2011 09:53 PM UTC

Denver Jobs Jam on September 17th

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  • by: ColoradoWantsToWork

(A little something fun for Friday – promoted by c rork)

Howdy Polsters! I know a lot of you are from the Denver Metro area and to those of you who aren’t, some of you may be in town on September 17th so I want to invite you to a really cool and totally free (canned goods are appreciated) event in NW Denver. It’s our Jobs Jam event and it will feature speeches from a few local electeds and some great bands. From the Colorado Wants To Work Website:

Denver Jobs Jam

A Colorado Wants to Work Event

September 17th, 2011 2-6pm Columbus/ La Raza Park

Come support job creation in Colorado!  We all know there aren’t enough jobs to go around.  Now is the time to do something about it!

-Talk with community organizations and non profits working toward more and better jobs in Colorado and find out what you can do to help.

-Listen to great local bands.

-Get information on local trade apprenticeship programs.

-Hear from local elected officials.

No Cover, but please bring a can of food or other nonperishable item if you are able.  All contributions will be given to the Labor’s Community Agency food bank.

Hope to see you there in support of good jobs in the community.

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6 thoughts on “Denver Jobs Jam on September 17th

        1. especially with the poisonous political climate. Granted, there have been practically no profiles in courage lately from politicians, but if there was a magical policy fix for the unemployment problem in this country, don’t you think they would have tried it by now?

          The problem isn’t really the pols, it has more to do with the greater political system–especially the special interests that power the Democratic Party–who think that events like this are really useful. How about a fucking job fair for crying out loud?

          1. isn’t that we need more job fairs, as in that the jobs are out there but people just aren’t looking hard enough.  The problem is that there are 5 (last random stat I think I read, could be slightly more or less now) unemployed people for every job opening.  A job fair provides a forum for employers with openings to find applicants, but the problem is the lack of openings.  This event at least brings attention to the issue in a way that might bring in some people other than the same people who hit up rallies again and again and again.

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