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RecruitMilitary, a veteran-owned firm dedicated to helping veterans achieve their educational and career dreams, hosts a free job fair. Register here.
MetroPCS is hosting a career fair for multiple positions in the following areas: account manager, account service representatives, regional director of indirect sales, and senior marketing coordinators.
This Job Fair is for experienced and recently trained aerospace and advanced manufacturing workers in the following areas: Assembly CNC/Manual Machining Composites Avionics/Electronics Engineering Quality Assurance/Inspection Manufacturing/Materials Planning/Supply Chain Email your resume and preferred session to firstname.lastname@example.org. Session #1: 9-10:30
Jobbernaut's Job Fair, now in its 15th year, features 30 to 40 hiring companies from King, Pierce, Snohomish, Whatcom, Skagit and Island counties, with hundreds of jobs to fill. For more information, visit Jobbernaut.com or call (800) 525-7748.
Job seekers can meet face-to-face with employers hiring for tech positions and receive job-search advice at the free Tech Job Fair. Registration information for employers can be found here.
The Emerald Queen Hotel & Casino is hiring food and beverage staff at its third annual Casino Career Fair.
Hirelive presents this job fair for those interested in sales, retail and management positions. Business-professional attire is required. Bring 10-15 resumes. For details, visit Hirelive.
Highline Community College is hosting a free health care job fair open to community members and students. Meet directly with employers who are hiring for nursing, medical assistant, clerical, in-home care, transcription and many more positions.
Jobbernaut's Job Fair, now in its 14th year, features more than 40 hiring companies from King, Pierce, Snohomish, Whatcom, Skagit and Island counties, with hundreds of jobs to fill. For more information, visit Jobbernaut.com or call (800) 525-7748.
On blustery, early-autumn days such as this, it's easy for outdoor-loving job seekers to shift their gaze from their LinkedIn profiles to the Cascades beckoning on the eastern horizon. Ski season is rapidly approaching, promising seasonal work at the region's
For entrepreneurial-minded people, perhaps nothing else in the English language gets the heart beating faster than the word "startup." (OK, maybe "profit" ranks a bit higher.) For those looking for fame and fortune, few places are as exciting as a
By Kristen Fife NWjobs Q: Has the "job fair" run its course? No hiring managers are there, and they say "go to our website to apply"! Whose purpose do they serve now, job seeker, or corporate advertising? -JW, Seattle Kristen
As I researched this week for the latest networking events and seminars for job seekers, I couldn't help but get pulled into the heartrending tragedy that has continued to unfold for the people of Japan since Friday's 8.9-magnitude earthquake. Over
This week, as the TV cameras of the world focused on the 33 Chilean miners emerging, one by one, from what could have been their tomb, half a mile below the surface, I marveled at not only their immense collective
Hey job seekers! I'm away this weekend celebrating my wedding anniversary down on the Oregon Coast. But I'm not one to leave my readers hanging as the fall networking seasons gets into full swing. The first half of October is
While assembling a list of job search events this past week, I've kept one eye on the breathless coverage of Hurricane Earl as it freaked out half of the Eastern Seaboard and thought about how the media so dearly loves
As we turn the corner into August this weekend, we officially enter summer's "dog days." While we Seattleites are blessedly free of the infernal heat and humidity that usually stifles the rest of the country this time of year, August
Before getting into the list of job-seeker events for the rest of this month, I thought it was necessary to point out some recent jobless figures this week that may have gone unnoticed amid the good news down in the
There may be a lot of rockets' red glare and bombs bursting in air this weekend, but for many Seattleites looking for work there has not been much worth celebrating these days. The latest job creation figures from the Feds
Happy May Day, everyone! May 1st has been claimed by many cultures and organizations, celebrating everything from the advent of spring to religious rituals to international socialism. This year, by happy coincidence, the labor-themed holiday has another layer of significance
Another spring week, another packed schedule of networking events and job fairs. As summer inches closer and the job market continues its slow thaw in the region, the events of the coming week are slightly skewed toward younger workers who
As we finish dotting the decimals and checking the boxes on our Form 1040s this week, it's easy to note a change in the air. Now that we have the freakish hailstorms of last week out of our system, we
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