Orlando, FL – The Orlando City Soccer Club opened its new stadium in 2017, but its biggest success story is that of the city’s job fair.
The Orlando City job fair was the first in the US to open since the start of the Great Recession.
The event was a success, attracting more than 2 million visitors.
The event was designed to bring people together from all walks of life, and organizers hope it will help lift Orlando out of its economic downturn.
The city has a booming economy, and it has been experiencing an unemployment rate that is well over 10%.
The city was one of the first US cities to open up for unemployment benefits.
The jobs fair has become a key event in the city, with the city getting more than 4 million people to show up for the job fair in 2017.
It was so popular that the City Council approved a $10 million bond to help pay for the fair, and the city is hoping that this bond will grow into a permanent source of revenue for the city.
The job fair attracted about 50,000 people to the city in 2017 and is a key part of the event’s success.
The majority of those attendees were women, with a record number of jobs for women.
The City Council said the job-fair was a significant success.
“The job-faire in Orlando is the largest single source of local economic activity in the region,” Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer said in a statement.
“The job expo attracts people from all across the city and beyond, and we can’t thank you all enough for making our job fair so successful.”