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National Career Fairs comes to Kansas City on February 26

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National Career Fairs will host its Kansas City Career Fair on Wednesday, February 26 from 11 a.m to 2 p.m at the Holiday Inn Southeast Hotel, 9103 E. 39th St., Kansas City, MO.

According to the website where you can request more information and register, the benefits of the attending companies seeking employees are:

  • Meet full-time, part-time, and contract recruitment needs face-to-face with career seekers in one location. Reduce the time, effort and cost of recruiting. Cut down the time to fill jobs down to days, all at relatively low cost.
  • Highlight career opportunities to motivated, engaged, and interested qualified candidates.
  • Build brand recognition for your business, and help raise awareness of your company in your industry.
  • Access to the 'hidden job' market. Thousands of qualified and motivated candidates visit these fairs are already working, but looking for a better career or are ready for a career change.
  • Reach candidates who may not use traditional online career search methods to find their next career.

Fair registration for job seekers includes free resume review. There is no cost for job seekers to attend the fair.

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