RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. - Riviera Beach Mayor Thomas Masters has come up with a new idea to get more people back to work.
His office has announced a series of 'Jobs Clubs' meetings.
They are designed to provide support, skills training and education opportunities to assist job seekers looking for work.
According to the mayor his office is joining forces with local non-profit, neighborhood, faith-based and community organizations.
According to the mayor local employers will be on hand to hire local people for local jobs.
Employers will conduct courtesy interviews and job seekers should come properly dressed with a resume.
The first meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Friday in the New Macedonia Church, at 748 W 9th Street in Riviera Beach.
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