We provide face to face access to thousands of job seekers. On average, more than one
third of attendees have a college degree or higher, and the majority have work experience
and skills you're looking for. And because our events are co-sponsored or coordinated
with colleges and universities, they also provide you with graduates eager to join the
business world. So whether you have a need for highly-skilled and educated workers,
job-ready candidates looking to start their career, or those seeking to upgrade their
position, you can't afford to miss our events.
Customer satisfaction is what makes Connecticut Career Fairs so appealing to recruiters
throughout the state. With 15 years experience in producing professionally run fairs, our
staff goes far beyond others to ensure all your needs are met before and during the event.
With our many years of experience, we’ve come to know what it takes to provide a
smooth-running, enjoyable event.
Success, not profit is what we stand behind. With the cost of recruitment constantly
rising, we can help you succeed in finding the right candidates at a very low cost.
Compare our price for an event package with others and see which fair really has your
needs in mind.
Our campaign consists of radio, newspaper, career centers, and direct mail to more
than 50,000 job seekers. In addition, our job fair Web site averages more than 13,000
hits per month, with another 112,000 searches through CT Job Central. What other job
fair group can provide so much exposure for your business?
Location of our career fairs in all major areas of the state provides greater access
to jobseekers. Our sites are always easily accessible with free parking, and near
major highways. We partner with area businesses and civic organizations to guarantee
the event is suited to your local needs, and is well publicized.
CT Department of Labor Job Development Unit 200 Folly Brook Blvd. Wethersfield, CT 06109
(Tel) (860) 263-6280 (Fax) (860) 263-6323
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Published by the Connecticut Department of Labor, Project Management Office
Last Updated: June 18, 2008