Mercury Marine holds Wisconsin job fair

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Hundreds of people came out to a job fair Wednesday, looking for a chance to work at Mercury Marine.

The Fond du Lac, Wis.-based engine builder held a career fair to fill 50 positions and WSAW television reports 365 people out for the event.

Attendees filled out an application and got a short interview for jobs that pay $10 per hour plus benefits. All former laid-off employees were given a chance to interview for the positions, according to the report.

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