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Detroit News,  Wednesday, March 28, 2007 at 7:27:58 AM

More than 26,000 people have applied online for the 1,000 jobs MGM Grand Detroit intends to fill with the opening of its permanent $765 million hotel and casino complex later this year.

The deluge of applicants -- a reflection of the region's sagging economy -- has come in the nearly three weeks since MGM Grand announced its hiring goals for the new entertainment complex at Third and Bagley streets.

About 300 people lined up Tuesday at MGM's job staffing center in downtown Detroit to use its computers to apply for positions in administration, environmental services, finance, food and beverage, hotel operations, human resources, marketing, security, table games, valet and wardrobe.


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