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4 Elias Crespo Molato Reviewed Vancouver Job Fair on 20 Jul 2019 SEO, Lead generation, PPC, Web development, Film at Youvelop Leads
Present yourself to as many recruiters as possible and make sure you have enough resumes. I ran out but still got called the following day, (this morning for a good position). There wasn't any digital marketing, web development, SEO positions but one company seems like they have referred me to their partners.
I went to this job fair hoping to meet employers that were hiring. Instead, I approached stalls only to be told to apply online. I could have done that on my own, especially with recruitment agencies like LRO and Excel HR. I approached the GC Jobs stall to be told how to apply online (something I've been doing for the past few months). Why bother? I thought this event would provide the opportunity for employers to actually sit down with candidates and have, essentially, an interview to determine fit, and then take action from there (at least to get the ball rolling quicker). This was just a meet and greet for no reason. Only one stall took my resume and said she's forward it to her team for consideration.
2 Jordan Senior Reviewed Calgary Job Fair on 29 May 2019 Administrative Assistant at NA
Not enough recruiters and too many colleges, the few recruiters that were there they were looking for people with such specific qualifications I.e. an English degree to be an office administrator that's just not realistic. I have a degree In sports science but it seems I wasn't even qualified to work for any of these companies, a complete waste of time