Coco Cay offers hope to jobless

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March 01, 2019

 

WITH the $200m overhaul of Coco Cay nearing completion, executives from Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines were in the capital yesterday for the cruise line’s third job fair since November.
From as early as 8.30am, dozens of applicants started to arrive at the National Training Agency’s Gladstone Road office, hoping to secure employment aboard one of RCCL’s ships or as one of the scores of skilled workers being sought to man the new Coco Cay...

WITH the $200m overhaul of Coco Cay nearing completion, executives from Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines were in the capital yesterday for the cruise line’s third job fair since November.

From as early as 8.30am, dozens of applicants started to arrive at the National Training Agency’s Gladstone Road office, hoping to secure employment aboard one of RCCL’s ships or as one of the scores of skilled workers being sought to man the new Coco Cay...

 

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News date : 03/01/2019    Category : About Bahamians, Tribune Stories

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