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Metro Cars is always on the lookout for great candidates.

December 30, 2014 Job Fair Employers

Quicken Loans

Harvard Drug Group

Cavalry Staffing - Hospital Positions

Angels For Freedom In-Home Healthcare Solutions

University of Phoenix - Recruiting Students

Trinity Transportation - Hiring School Bus Drivers & Mechanics

National Vision, Inc. - Eyeglass Stores

Hiring Teachers - Michigan & Ohio Schools

Global Information Technology

Dorsey Schools - Recruiting Students

First Financial Insurance Group

New York Life Insurance

Walden University (Student Recruitment Only)

Dialog Direct, Dialogue Marketing, Budco

AIG Financial Network

Little Caesars - Hiring Managers & Co-Managers

Truck Driver Training

Sion Recruitment - Hiring Truck Drivers

Enroll America - Signup For Healthcare Insurance

Driving For America

Sachse Construction

LaJoy Group, Inc.

Utility Resource Group


Forklift Tire of East Michigan, Inc.

Troy's Towing, Inc.

Check 'N Go

KFC Restaurants

Elite Mechant Services

Enroll America

Complete Capital Services, Inc.

Performance Academies - Hiring Teachers

And many other companies.......

Detroit Healthcare Job Fair

Detroit Sales Job Fair

Detroit Technology Job Fair


Detroit Engineering Job Fair


September 30, Job Fair Employers

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How To Get Hired At The Next Job Fair

  • If the Web sites of job fair producers offer the option, search for jobs in advance, to target the most promising, participating employers. Read the employers' profiles if available, to help you answer the classic question, "Why do you want to work for us?"
  • Plan to take at least 25 crisp resumes to a job fair, 40 or so if it's a huge event. (The job fair might have copy facilities for free or a small fee, which is nice if you run out. But don't count on it ahead of time.)
  • Before a job fair, prepare to interview on the spot, summary style in a few minutes or less. In other words, be prepared to quickly sell your skills, talents and experiences.

  • Visit your targeted employers first with resume in hand, and spend some "quality time" with each. But, remember that they have many more job seekers waiting, so don't try to hog all their time or be offended if they cut it short. Once you've hit all of your targets, "shop" other employers' booths and do some networking.
  • Collect business cards or contact info as you go, and do follow up within 24-48 hours with a thank-you letter to each of the representatives with whom you spoke.
  • More Tips and Techniques click here

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