Job Fair Advice from a Recruiter Perspective

We asked attending employers at a recent Corporate Gray Military-Friendly Job Fair a few questions to see what advice they have for job seekers. Below is the take-away advice along with a synopsis of their answers… TAKE-AWAYS Recruiters come to Continue reading

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Job Fairs and the Speed Interview

By Scott Kee Attending a job fair can be a very efficient way in which to interact with several recruiters at one location. It allows you to speak to many potential employers and get your face and name out there Continue reading

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Tips for Before, During and After a Virtual Job Fair

Careful preparation is important before attending any job fair, and a virtual event is no exception. Prior planning and research will help ensure you meet with the recruiters most relevant to your job search and help you make the most Continue reading

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5 Quick Tips for Attending Online Career Fairs

The Online Education and Career Fairs co-hosted by Corporate Gray and TAOnline enable military-experienced job seekers and company and school recruiters the opportunity to discover a possible fit by engaging in one-on-one text chat sessions.  To make the most of Continue reading

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Tips for Maximizing Your Participation in a Virtual Job Fair

The Virtual Military Job Fairs co-hosted by Corporate Gray and MOAA enable military-experienced job seekers and company recruiters the opportunity to discover a possible fit by engaging in one-on-one text chat sessions.  By participating in these quarterly events, you can: Continue reading

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Making the Most of the Job Fair Experience

As with any job search avenue, there are pros and cons to attending job fairs. Attending a job fair can be one of the most effective job search tools you employ, depending on the effort you exert to make the Continue reading

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Top 10 Job Fair Tips for Recruiters

If you’ve ever worked a job fair, you know it can be a fast-paced, demanding experience. As with most things, the more you prepare for it, the more you will get out of it. Here are some tips to follow Continue reading

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