Heads up! We’re going to be at the Countywide Youth Resource Fair. The fair is on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM. Meet us at The California Endowment on 1000 Alameda Street! See you soon.
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Feeling frustrated because you applied to a TON of jobs and you still aren’t hearing back???
The problem could be that your resume is missing some important information!
If a company uses what’s called a applicant tracking system or ATS, your resume will go through a screening process. If it’s missing certain elements it will be pushed aside and not viewed by that particular company.
So, let’s look at some tips on how to use keywords to update…
Is it me or is the job fair almost obsolete due to the technology? I've been to several job fairs over the past year, and they have a lot of companies there, but they all seem to just tell you to go on line and complete an application. I thought the purpose of the job fair was to make a connection or have an advantage by speaking with someone in person. They tell you to dress for success, but they just have someone from
Tips to help you stand out from the crowd: https://www.themuse.com/advice/8-ways-to-stand-out-at-a-career-fair
Hello all, I have read a lot of the posting, and please, never give up, for the situation will not get better if you give up. Also a lot of helpful advice has been posted, so try to apply that helpful advice, but don't ever give up.
Note: One thing I noticed that helps a lot is to go to your local back to work programs and allow them to help you. These programs have employee partners who specifically hire people from those programs. Please also…
Job fairs are a great way to meet potential employers, hand out your resume en masse, and interview with recruiters and hiring managers for all kinds of companies and positions.
Employers spend a lot of money renting space, making up fliers and banners, and sending staff to the events. They WANT to find candidates for their open positions. I have worked for several companies that used Job Fairs as their main method of screening applicants.
Haven't been in the interviewing circuit for over 10 years. I figure a job fair is a good way to start. Im excited to get that one on one with many places quickly. Any tips or helpful hints?
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I am talking about job fairs that are not a dedicated event for just one employee. Like you some times see Hotels for example who will have a job fair to fill their potions.
I am talking about the ones that general job fairs. Do you think they are effective to get work? Do you think they are better for one kind of person over another? Do you think it is better to do the online form of job searching?