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Posted on 6 September 2011 at 15:07 GMT

Lobby of Jobs Fair in Walthamstow, London

Tuesday 6 September 2011

11am

Waltham Forest Assembly Rooms

Companies such as TGI Friday and Matalan will be offering low-paid, low-skilled jobs at this 'no jobs' fair. But the council should do much more than that to help young people secure a decent future. Youth Fight for Jobs supporters will be outside the Assembly Rooms to demand investment in decent jobs, education and training as well as reversing the cuts in youth services that the council has pushed through.

Comtact Claire on 07757 207 289 for more information.

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