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Free job advice session for Havering residents

16:11 29 January 2014

Job-seekers looking for a fresh start this year can get free employment advice at an event without having to pay a penny on Thursday.

The Keys for Change information day, organised by Havering Council, will be held at the Town Hall in Main Road, Romford.

Attendees, who have lived in the borough for at least two years, been employed for less than nine months and are under 35 years old, will receive advice.

The event will be held in Room CR3a, from 10am - 1pm, Havering Town Hall, Romford, RM1 3BD. No need to book, just turn up.

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