Market Basket workers picket, defy job threat Many stay out; job fair draws few applicants ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jim Davis/Globe staff Market Basket workers protested Monday in Andover, where the company conducted a job fair. Jim Davis/Globe staff Stuffed giraffes, which have been adopted as a symbol of "sticking their necks out," were across the street from the marchers. Jim Davis/Globe staff Protesters reacted as the driver of a tractor trailer truck honked in support. Jim Davis/Globe staff Protesters jeered as a truck cab pulled into the lot. Jim Davis/Globe staff A man showed up with a resume and an application, but he was not a current employee and was told that he could come back on Wednesday when the job fair is scheduled to be opened up to people not currently employed by the company. He said he would return then. Jim Davis/Globe staff Protesters are pictured as they reacted to a car driving into the parking lot. Jim Davis/Globe staff Marchers held photos of Arthur T. Demoulas. Jim Davis/Globe staff Tom Gordon, left, one of the executives fired in the conflict, was interviewed next to the giraffes. Jim Davis/Globe staff The protest happened at the company’s Wholesale Distribution Center, site of the job fair.