Job Hunting at Career Fairs

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Are you looking to find a new job or a new career? If you are, you may want to try career day job hunting, as it is a great way to not only find available jobs, but also apply and interview the same day. Looking for new and exciting careers? Click the link below!

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As you likely already know, career fairs are large events where multiple employers come in search of qualified employees. In most cases, career fairs are held in public places, such as shopping malls or hotel lobbies. They are also often free to attend. While career fairs do vary, most employers are able to set up small booths, where they can display information about their company and the type of employees that they are looking for. Most employer booths have a company representative who is able to discuss their company’s opportunities and accept resumes.

 

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Although career day job hunting is a great way to find new employment opportunities, most individuals are unprepared to do it right. What many do not realize is that some employers actually interview and hire candidates right on the spot! For those reasons, you need to do more than just attend a career fair; it is something that you need to prepare for. To make the most out of career day job hunting, you will want to keep some of the below mentioned tips in mind.

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Perhaps, the most important tip to remember is to bring copies of your resume with you; the more the better. Although you may not be interested in apply for every opportunity found at a career fair, you should enter into a career fair thinking that you would. If you are able to get an estimated number of how many employers would be attending the career fair in question, you are advised to bring that number of resume copies. Should you not handout all of your resume copies, you can save them and use them at a later date. Career fairs are not only used to educate you on local employment opportunities, but they are also designed to help you find and get a job.

 

Another tip that you should keep in mind is your appearance. Since many career fair employer participants give interviews on the spot, you may want to be prepared for one, in the physical sense. Wearing a pair or jeans or sweat pants will not make a good impression, but a simple pants suit or dress will work wonders. Many times, the employer representatives at a career fair are the ones who in charge of the company’s hiring. Taking a few extra minutes to “fix yourself up,” before you walk out the door is a great way to make a good impression at a career fair.

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As previously mentioned, many career fair employer participants end up giving interviews on the spot. In fact, some actually hire new employees right there. That is why it is extremely important that you prepare for an interview, just in case. In addition to dressing the part, you also want to make sure that you know how an interview works, namely the questions that you should ask or the responses that you should give. If you haven’t had an interview in some time, it may be a good idea to refresh your memory. You can do this by asking a friend or a family member to give you a sample interview. Practice is the best way to make a good impression during an interview, even if it is an unexpected one at a career fair.

 

Another tip that is worth mentioning is, you should always go career day job hunting alone. Most career fairs are scheduled during the daytime, often during the week. If you are a parent, you should make other arrangements for your child, as you don’t want to be remembered as the applicant who brought their child along. In terms of friends, you may also want to bring a friend along with you for moral support. You are also advised against doing this. If you have a friend who is also career day job hunting, you can attend together, but be sure to go your separate ways. Employers are less likely to give you an interview if they see you are accompanied by a guest and a partner may unintentionally effect which employers you stop and see.

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By keeping the above mentioned tips in mind, you should be able to make the most out career day job hunting. These tips may increase your chances of walking away from career day job hunting with a brandnew job!

 

 

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