Great job opportunities await, and jobseekers will find dozens of recruiters ready to meet them and discuss career possibilities at Sacramento?s next HIREvent on Tuesday, August 26, from noon to 4pm at the Masonic Temple Building, 1123 J Street.
This free job fair will feature a variety of organizations actively hiring for entry-level to management positions in a wide range of fields. Jobseekers will be able to make valuable contacts with recruiters from both public and private-sector organizations. Employment experts will also provide free personal resume consultations.
For best results, job applicants should dress to impress and arrive early enough to talk with every recruiter.
Those seeking a new job, a promising new career path, or simply a fresh start will find a room full of options at Sacramento?s HIREvent on Tuesday, August 26th, from noon to 4pm at the Masonic Temple building, downtown at 12th and J Streets. For more information, visit JobJournal.com and click Job Fairs or call 888-THE JOBS (843-5627).
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