13/02/2017

Belfast To Welcome Major Job Fair

A major job fair is to take place in Belfast next week, Tuesday 21 February.

The event is being hosted by the Department for Communities, in partnership with Belfast City Council, at the city's Europa Hotel from 10am to 3pm. The fair is free to attend and more than 70 employers will be in attendance from the care, manufacturing, hospitality and financial services sector to name a few.

The Belfast Job Fair aims to offer people who are seeking employment the opportunity to meet up with prospective employers and apply for work, as well as a chance to find out more about how to enhance employability and learn about the types of jobs that are currently available.

(JP/MH)

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