Job Fairs

What is a job fair?
A job fair is a meeting held by a group of companies seeking to hire employees. During the job fair, you can meet with representatives of many companies, and find out about job opportunities.
Job fair attire
When going to a job fair, generally, you'll want to dress the same as you would for any important interview. That means a nice suit, or a jacket and skirt, and a few well chosen accessories.
What you should bring to a job fair
Going to a job fair is a great way to find a job. Here's a list of things you should bring with you to make the most of the opportunity. First, bring a great attitude.
Questions to ask at a job fair
Many of the questions you'll ask at a job fair will be similar to those you'd ask during a standard interview. First, you'll want to get a clear understanding of what the job entails.


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