Job Fair Mixer Hosted By Brings Opportunity To Many Around Philadelphia

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PhillyJobFest is hosting a Job Fair Mixer. Job-seekers wishing to attend should register by clicking on the 'register here' link below. Attendance is free, but job-seekers should bring their resume for entrance into the event, and additional copies to submit to the recruiters and hiring managers in attendance. The first 100 people arriving at the event will receive a free drink voucher.

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RSS is hosting a free Job Fair Mixer for the Greater Philadelphia Area and Delaware Valley Region. The purpose of this event is to bring hiring officials to a job fair with the prerequisites that they have open positions needing to be filled, consider all qualified candidates, & answer people's questions and offer them advice.

The list of vendors who will be in attendance and who have positions to fill is as follows: QVC, Jones Apparel Group, The ICS Group, TRG Staffing, Colonial Life, PCN, City of Philadelphia Division of Technology, Maxim Healthcare, and a local Fortune company with many IT related positions available. The jobs available amongst all of these vendors are wide in range, and all of them are located in or around Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley Region.

Also attending are Martin McDonald from MJM Coaching, Jerry Paldino from The ICS Group, and Iris McCarthy from IMM Consulting; these individuals all run successful career consulting businesses and will be available to answer questions and give advice related to searching for a job, as well as describe their services and how they may benefit you.

Sara Rosenberg from The Power Lunch Project will also be in attendance to showcase her new and unique way of facilitating networking relationships. is excited to host an event where job-seekers and hiring officials can meet face-to-face in a casual atmosphere. The job fair mixer will take place in the upstairs of Kildare's Irish Pub in King of Prussia, PA. There is no charge for attending this event, but job-seekers interested in attending should (1) register here, and (2) bring a copy of their resume for admission into the event as well as copies to hand out. Suggested attire for job-seekers is smart casual.


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