A small portable black tent, with “Fillmore Philly-dot-com”, on the edge stands outside the venue. Applicants hiked around back to sign in.
Deborah Diamond, President of Campus Philly, likens the week long event to an online matchmaking service of sorts.
According to an online recruitment magazine, nearly 50% of job seekers look for work in January. This New Year, New Career Job Fair is bringing together more than forty local employers for four hours today at Gwynedd Mercy University in Bensalem.
With the closure of possibly five casinos this year, more than 10,000 workers will or have faced layoffs.
The Hiring Our Heroes Job Fair for Veterans is taking place at the Susquehanna Bank Center on Wednesday.
They are hiring for a variety of positions on the spot.
Atlantic City’s casino industry may be struggling, but one casino is staging an “emergency” jobs fair this week for positions that start as soon as this weekend.
Veterans come together at Lincoln Financial Field hoping to chart the next step in their lives — post-military service.
By Jim Donovan: The Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders will host a regional Job Fair on Friday, September 27, 2013, from 10 am to 1 pm at the Burlington Center Mall on Route 541 […]
A Montgomery County staffing solutions and recruiting firm is teaming up with the Philadelphia Soul Arena Football team in late June in an effort to get more veterans into the workforce.
City officials are making final preparations to re-do its job fair for Philadelphia ex-offenders, less than two weeks after a similar event was shut down because of the huge turnout.
Officials have announced that the City of Camden will hold a job fair for Camden residents.
The jobless rate is above 7.5 percent; the same rate for young returning veterans is four times that.
By Jim Donovan: If you’re searching for a job, I wanted to let you know that TD Bank is hiring 78 customer service and sales specialist in the next three months to fill job openings at […]
A job fair in King of Prussia yesterday drew a light turn-out, in stark contrast to job fairs held four years ago at the height of the recession.