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This edition of Alachua County Talks features an interview with CareerSource North Central Florida Executive Director Frank Avery. CareerSource North Central Florida provides career and job search services to residents of Alachua and Bradford Counties. In speaking of the program Alachua County Talks host Mark Sexton said, “The Alachua County Commission is very supportive of CareerSource North Central Florida’s work in helping to foster a world-class work force which meets the needs of both employers and job seekers within our community.” For more information visit www.careersourcencfl.com or call 352-955-2245 (Gainesville) or 904-964-8092 (Starke).
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