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Job fair Monday for minorities, members of the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities

More than 218,155 people in Missouri are unemployed due to COVID-19, and 5 On Your Side wants to help you get a job!

ST. LOUIS — More than 218,155 people are unemployed in Missouri due to COVID-19, and 5 On Your Side wants to help some of those people find a job.

Career Central is our series of stories giving you what you need to know to get back into, or get ahead, in the workforce. We'll share information on job fairs, training opportunities and even resume or job interview tips.

Here's an upcoming virtual job fair that will require you to pre-register.

It happens Monday, April 12 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. It's just for St. Louisans and is designed specifically for minorities, members of the LGBTQ community and people with disabilities.

It’s sponsored by Diversity-X.

More than 25 employers are looking to hire, including McKesson, CVS Health and AT&T.

It's best to pre-register and upload your resume now, as companies may begin screening resumes prior to the event. You can do that online here.

Job seekers will be interviewed on the spot virtually the day of the event.

Registration is free.