Tuesday, August 31, 2010

North Carolina Employment Guide has Good Turnout

North Carolina Employment Guide had a great turnout at their most recent job fair, held in Greensboro. The event was hosted at the Clairon Greensboro and about 1,200 jobseekers were in attendance.  More than 50 companies were at the job fair looking to fill hundreds of positions within the Triad region.  The fact that so many companies came to the job fair to recruit local talent may be a good sign for the unemployed citizens in the Triad area.
Joe Fagan, manager of Triad Employment Guide, was also optimistic about the turnout of the job fair when he talked to News 14 Carolina: “What's great about what we're seeing is that not only are these companies coming out and hiring before the economy has fully recovered, but… also they're expecting it to recover, –they're expecting more business to come in. They're hiring more sales people, they're hiring different departments.”
Triad Employment Guide has one more Job Fair in Winston Salem. If you are a recruiter and would like for your company to be involved in the next job fair contact Joe Fagan at 888-512-0927 or email at  joe.fagan@employmentguide.com

2 comments:

Sarah said...

great post!

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