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WVU students flocked to the Mountainlair Thursday for the school's bi-annual job fair.

Organizers expected over 1,200 students to visit with more than 100 employers.

The career fair is only a few years old and grows each time.

Organizers said the fair continues to be successful because employers are seeing more and more what WVU students have to offer.

"The career fairs, even though it's an old school way of doing business, it's one of the few opportunities students get to really have some face-to-face contact with employers. So we really encourage students to participate," said Dave Durham, of WVU Career Services.

The fair was hosted by the university's Career Service Center.