Jobstoday Virtual Careers Fair 2014

Jobstoday 2014: Virtual Careers FairsJobstoday 2014: Virtual Careers Fairs
Jobstoday 2014: Virtual Careers Fairs
Job seekers can now step inside our first Jobstoday Virtual Careers Fair of 2014 - without leaving their home.

We are hosting a careers fair, with advice from experts to help you find your dream job at it’s all online.

It is open - at - to February 7.

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But registration was strongly recommended to guarantee entry.

It’s the first of six Jobstoday Virtual Careers Fairs we are planning this year.

The first is a focus on jobs in engineering, logistics, energy/oil/gas, healthcare, sales and customer support, apprenticeships and trainee vacancies.

Job seekers were encouraged to register for FREE at - CLICK HERE.

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Previous attendees can simply log-in with their existing details.

A great line-up of the country’s top employers - including Priory Healthcare, University of Edinburgh, Czajka Care and Arla Foods - are waiting to virtually meet prospective employees.

Previous virtual careers fairs have attracted over 35,000 people, all on the look-out for a step on the jobs ladder or a completely new career.

The virtual careers fair allows online visitors to “chat’ in real-time to companies taking part about their latest job openings and valuable interview advice, while sharing their CV and applying for vacancies.

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Job seekers can also take a compatibility test to find the companies that could be their perfect match.

Joe Slavin, Managing Director of Recruitment at Jobstoday, said: “The virtual careers fairs were such a success in 2013 we decided to hold more and include a wider range of sectors.

“Looking for a job is hard and our virtual careers fair takes a lot of hassle out of the process, leaving the good bits intact. Job seekers can talk and apply to a wide range of companies all looking for the perfect candidate without having to leave their house.”

Remember, job seekers can visit until February 7, although advance registration was strongly recommended to guarantee entry.