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My Name Yeudy Matos
I need work in the morning
What can I do?
I have been looking for a receptionist job for a while and am going to this job fair and hoping it will help me out. What things should I ask when I am there and will too many questions overwhelm or annoy the companies that are there? Just want to make sure I do things right. Can anyone help?
Tell me about yourself
One of the most common questions asked during an interview or at a job fair is…
Can you tell me about yourself?
Other variations could include...
-Why should we hire you?
-Why do you want to work here?
-What is it about us that makes you want to work here?
Answer these 5 questions to help you plan what to say so you can impress employers at your next job fair or interview!
1- What are the three strongest reasons I am a great fit for this job?... see more
What to wear???
First impressions are everything, right? So you want to make sure you are dressed professionally for your next job fair or interview and set the tone!
So what does that mean exactly?
Check out these tips to help you dress to impress!
Women's Professional Interview Attire
-Stick to solid colors (avoid patterns, but if you must stick to subtle ones and avoid those that will have them looking at your clothes instead of at your face.)
-A suit... see more
8th Annual Jobs Rebuild Boston Community Conference & Career Fair Employer List:
Current List of Employers as of 6/3/20
- Boston University
- Building Pathways
- People Ready
- United States Postal Service
- Justice Research Institute
- Bank of America
- Eastern Bank
- Boston Medical Center Healthnet
- Federal Home Loan Bank
- WBZ TV 4
- Massachusetts Convention Center Authority
- Encore Boston Harbor Casino
- Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
- Eliot Community Human Services
- Boston Water & Sewer
- Judge... see more
We missed it and that's disappointing
I was just curious, the job fair is once annually is it possible to get any follow-up information? And are there any other similar events, we'd love to try and travel to Boston again.
Wishing everyone who attends the Boston job fair today lots of luck and success!
Here are some tips to check out in case you missed them:
-If you're looking for better ways to connect with employers check out this post.
-If you're wondering what to wear check out this post.
-If you want to know what you should bring to the job fair read this post.
-If you're struggling with your elevator pitch check out this post.
Remember to breathe, take... see more
If you attended the Boston Job Fair...
Now that the fair is over you might be left wondering, what do I do now?
It's time to follow up!
Following up is a critical aspect of the job seeking process. It does a few things. It lets the employer know you are serious, reminds them of who you are/your qualifications, and keeps the hiring process moving along. So let’s take a look at how following up works.
Send the follow up at least 2-3 business days after the event.
You... see more
Come how's going to come
I know it's a lot of people out there does have a job in Massachusetts if you live you come
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