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Web sites provide career fair information

July 15, 2007|By CHUCK MYERS

Career fairs offer a good opportunity for job hunters to meet with company recruiters and explore work in a variety of professional fields - and possibly land new employment in the process.

Several Web sites serve up a diverse assortment of career fair information.

Many sites offer good overviews of career fair activities and schedules, while others target specific professional fields and job-hunting audiences.

If you'd like to learn more about job fairs and when they take place, here are a few good Web locales:

Bankrate.com

www.bankrate.com/brm/news/advice/19991019a.asp

Provides insights on what a job hunter can expect to find at job fairs.

Jobs & Careers

www.jobscareers.com/articles/landajobatjobfaire.html

Advice on how to land a job at a career fair.

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JobWeb.com

www.jobweb.com/employ/fairs/public-fairs.asp

This site provides new college grads with career fair location and date information.

Monster.com

resources.monster.com/job-fairs/

This site offers job fair search by cities and states, along with job seeker tips.

Transitional Assistance Online

www.taonline.com/careerpages/careerfairs.asp

This site features a page devoted to job fairs for individuals who are moving from military service to civilian work.

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