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Applicants turn out for Quirky job fair

A representative from Quirky talks to Schenectady resident Samantha Chiravalle during the career fair on Thursday.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
A representative from Quirky talks to Schenectady resident Samantha Chiravalle during the career fair on Thursday.
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Devin Whitford doesn’t need his master’s in mechanical engineering to do what he’s doing now — waiting tables at Carrabba’s in Latham and Garden Bistro 24 in Colonie. But the table-waiting experience could help the 24-year-old Albany resident get a foot in the door at one of the world’s most innovative startups, Quirky, which takes people’s invention ideas, brings them all the way to market and shares the revenue with the inventors. The Manhattan-based company ...


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JIMOCONNOR
April 4, 2014
12:53 p.m.

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Should also hold some 4pm to 8pm, and 8am to noon to capture all shift changes....ya never know. it also entices folks who may actually be employed NOW.

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