Rachel EttlingerTimes Herald-Record

ROCK HILL — Sullivan County, at a historic low for unemployment, has a job-seekers market for those looking for their next gig.

Laura Quigley, director of the county’s Center for Workforce and Development, said some potential employers are looking to fill part-time and seasonal positions for the upcoming tourist boom in the Catskills, while others want full-time, year-round Sullivan-based workers.

But all the employers have one hurdle to cross.

“It’s a very tight job market,” Quigley said.

About 59 businesses participated in a Center for Workforce and Development-sponsored job fair Tuesday afternoon, where potential employers networked with possible future employees.

Melinda Gwiozdowski, branch director of the YMCA of Sullivan County, attended the fair looking to fill six part-time summer positions, with the possibility

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