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JobNewsUSA.com Charlotte Job Fair
Employment | Job Fair
Date: May 17, 2018
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 am

Location: Show map
Noah's Event Venue
2421 Yorkmont Rd.
Charlotte, North Caro 28217
United States

Phone: 5024127500
Email: jobnewsjobfairs@gmail.com

CALLING ALL JOB SEEKERS! 100s of Jobs are up for grabs at the JobNewsUSA.com Charlotte, NC Job Fair!

WHEN: Thursday, May 17th, 2018
TIME: 10am - 2pm
PLACE: Noah's Event Venue, 2421 Yorkmont Rd., Charlotte, NC 28217

Come meet face-to-face with local recruiters & hiring managers who will be onsite and ready to offer on the spot interviews and job offers! Available positions range from entry level up to professional & management.

Some employers will offer on the spot interviews and job offers, this is a unique opportunity to get guaranteed face time and make personal connections.

Job seekers are encouraged to dress professionally and bring resumes or work history with them to the event.

Pre-Register @ www.JobNewsUSA.com You will receive a reminder email two days prior to the event.

For more information call (502) 412-7500.




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