The City of Lawton "Spring into Success" career fair is happening today (04-29-21) at Lawton City Hall 212 S.W. 9th Street from 10:00am until 3:00pm. The city has several potions and job openings available that you can apply for. If you're currently looking for a job, or want to make a career change, don't miss the "Spring into Success" career fair. They'll be accepting applications, resumes and conducting interviews throughout the event so come prepared and get ready to be hired.


Times are tough and with the COVID-19 pandemic a lot of people are out of work. Some lost their jobs last year, or even more recently with the negative economic impact the pandemic created. Luckily things are starting to improve somewhat and we're seeing more and more business rebound and even new businesses move to Lawton, Fort Sill and opening up. It's great to see and the jobs are certainly needed, as are the tax revenues and of course it's always nice to have more choices when it comes to shopping and dinning. With all this improvement and additional business moving to town the City of Lawton could use some help.

As our city continues to grow we improve upon our infrastructure and work to make Lawton, Fort Sill the best place it can be. There's a real need for city employees and personnel to make all this happen. So if you're interested in working for the City of Lawton they have all kinds of positions and career opportunities.

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