All of us have to look for a job at a certain point in our lives. Yes, it's not fun sometimes, but we all have to have an income right? I mean how else will we afford the glory that is food?

But for some, where to start is the tough part. Where should you apply? Who's hiring?

Thankfully for all of us, there are events held when multiple positions are available to many individuals. Even better? They are looking to fill those positions as soon as they can.

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For those looking for a job in Central Texas, the Belton Independent School District is set to host a job fair, and relatively soon.

Belton ISD Job Fair Set For January 20th

According to a press release from the district, the fair will be located at 1220 Huey Dr. in Belton, and take place at the Support Services Center for the district. Positions that will be available for interviews will be nutrition services staff, bus drivers, custodians, and groundkeepers.

In a comment provided by the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources, Todd Schiller: “Belton ISD has something really special to offer those interested in a career in education, at any level, We are proud to have a culture that supports and values every member of our team. For that reason, folks want to work in the Big Red Community."

For more information on every job opening the school district has, click here for more information.

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