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Looking for a job in hospitality? Bradenton, Sarasota hotels need you

The University of South Florida and the Sarasota-Bradenton hospitality industry are working together to address a job shortage in the area by hosting a job fair. Hoteliers and restaurateurs are concerned about filling seasonal hiring needs while the industry also has to support a number of hotels opening in Bradenton and Sarasota over the coming year, including the Zota Beach Resort, the Waterline Marina Resort and Beach Club, a new Hyatt Hotel, a Homewood Suites next to The Mall at University Town Center, an Embassy Suites in downtown Sarasota and a handful of others.

Videos

Stunning and removing non-native fish stocks in the Everglades

John Galves, from the Welaka National Fish Hatchery, and his team examine the extent of an infestation of invasive fish species in the Everglades.
Carl Juste and Justin Azpiazu The Miami Herald
Stunning and removing non-native fish stocks in the Everglades 1:51

Stunning and removing non-native fish stocks in the Everglades

Sights and sounds of the DeSoto Seafood Festival 1:33

Sights and sounds of the DeSoto Seafood Festival

Pirates' Clint Hurdle evaluates Tyler Glasnow's growth this spring 0:58

Pirates' Clint Hurdle evaluates Tyler Glasnow's growth this spring

Pirates' Tyler Glasnow discusses his outing against the Tigers 0:58

Pirates' Tyler Glasnow discusses his outing against the Tigers