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Nowadays, jobs or career fairs come in many different forms. In addition to the traditional settings, some are also happening virtually. They range from on-campus sponsored career days to large programs at convention centers, run by private organizations. Participation in a career fair can generate candidates and increase the visibility of your company as an employer.
The cost for participating in a career fair can range from a few hundreds to thousands of dollars. Before committing to the event, it’s good to speak with other employers that have attended the fair in the past to evaluate their experiences. Consider obtaining a list of participating companies to determine whether the event is appropriate for your company. If you are a small employer with a small booth, you’ll be lost in a sea of large employers with large booths. Being a small fish in a large pond will probably not generate strong candidate traffic flow, and will certainly not improve visibility.
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