Virtual Career Fairs
As technology progresses virtual technology becomes more and more common in many aspects of our lives and we need to keep up with the advancements.
It’s an online version of a traditional job fair. It’s the place that multiple employers exhibit their jobs to a relevant pool of candidates! Like a traditional job fair, online job fairs are live, fully interactive, and held at specific times.
Why you should participate in Virtual Career Fairs?
Even if you are a passive job seeker, who aren’t necessarily looking for a new role, you might decide to explore employers’ jobs and see what’s potentially out there for you! It’s effortless, so why not apply for the ones of interest and see how it goes!? After all, it might be the one for you!
Everyone experiences high levels of stress during job interviews, but in a virtual interview you get the opportunity to experience this traditionally stressful process by the comfort of, the one place that everyone feels safer and more confident, your home!
In a virtual career fair you can engage in conversation with multiple employers for different roles of your interest, without having to prepare and dress up multiple times or travel to an actual office for the interview, saving yourself a lot of time, energy and money!
In an online event the candidate’s profile is automatically matched with available jobs, and professionals are on hand to give you advice on your CV and provide any kind of help, in order to help you find exactly what you’re looking for!
UK Healthcare Virtual Career Fair
Are you a healthcare professional looking for new exciting job opportunities in the UK?
If so, the biggest UK Healthcare Virtual Career Fair is the one place, where you can meet leading employers in the healthcare industry!
Simply register using the following link and sign back in on 14 November when the fair will be live, in order to access the company virtual stands, have online chats with recruiters and apply for healthcare positions in the UK.
We look forward to seeing you online!