Free job fairs are often offered through major universities for the students enrolled there. There are also additional job fairs that can be found online and registered for via e-mail.
It is difficult if not impossible to locate internationally well known job fairs that exist online. Most globally known jobs require a relationship or network relationship prior.
Old Dominion holds several job fairs throughout the year. In fact, they hold job fairs not just for students, but also for potential employers. Their Career Management Center has a schedule online for the dates of each one.
Yes, there are some job fairs that do hire people on the spot.
College job fairs do not have physcian recruiters. They would show up at medical job fairs. They are not seen at college job fairs. They are seen on medical school campuses.
Yes they are. Online job fairs is a great way for reputable companies to find employees. It is a good way for you to find a company that you would be suitable for.
Disneyland holds regular job fairs at the Casting Center. You can also call the Job Line or apply online.
Job fairs are often held in City Halls. You should contact your local job center, who often arrange job fairs, to see when the next one is and where it will be held.
There is a website that lists national job fairs. You can find the current Philadelphia job fair information by going to http://www.nationalcareerfairs.com.
On IU's website, there is a job fair listing for August 26th. There are also many listings for job fairs taking place in the Alumni Hall. Keep checking back to the IU website or talk to a counselor or career services to find an online job fair that is right for you, they will also be able to tell you the dates and times.
Many times job services will advertise in local newspaper, at local schools, and in online forums. They are usually represented at local job fairs also.
There are numerous different free job fairs. Most generally these fairs contain a mixed field of opportunites. There may, however, be job specific fairs in your local area. Checking the local papers or community colleges in your area should result in this pertinent information that you need.