Making the Fair Decision; KAREN STEWART Reports on a Jobsfair in Edinburgh Which Aims to Give Thousands of Careers a Helping Hand

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Making the Fair Decision; KAREN STEWART Reports on a Jobsfair in Edinburgh Which Aims to Give Thousands of Careers a Helping Hand


Byline: KAREN STEWART

IF THERE'S only one Jobsfair you attend this year, make it the JobServe Live!

Launched by the events arm of the internet recruitment service, Jobserve Ltd, this jobsfair aims to fit square pegs into square holes.

If you're a recent graduate struggling to get a footing on the career ladder or are in a job you're trying to get out of, then the Jobserve Live Jobsfair could hold the answers.

It's a hard slog trying to net that dream career, even for graduates with first class degrees, because thereis so much competition out there. One rejection letter after another, and you feel like you will be stuck in this rut forever.

But Jobserve Live could kickstart your new career by bringing prospective employers to you.

The jobsfair in Edinburgh tomorrow and Saturday, from 10am to 4pm, gives graduates and more mature jobseekers the chance to meet some of the UK's biggest employers face to face.

More than 30 exhibitors, who are actively recruiting now, will be in attendance including the Army, Lothian and Borders Police, the Scottish Court Service, the Royal Navy and Royal Marines, Greggs of Scotland and Scottish Gas.

University representatives will also be there for people who are looking to enhance their career chances by furthering their education and gaining more qualifications.

The Daily Record is proud sponsor of this two-day event, to be held at the Corn Exchange.

Besides meeting exhibitors, jobseekers will also benefit from attending the jobsfair in a number of other ways.

For example, have you often applied for a job, knowing you havethe necessary qualifications, but have let yourself down at the interview stage? …

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