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More Than 20 Employers Set to Appear at Career Fair in Tulsa

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Job seekers get your resumes ready.  More than 20 major area employers plan on attending a career fair Tuesday. 

JobNewsTulsa.com is hosting the fair Tuesday, November 13th from 10am to 2pm at The Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center.  (6808 South 107th East Avenue)

Adding to the benefits for Job Seekers, Human Resources Professionals from Workforce Oklahoma have volunteered their time to provide Job Seekers free resume critiques at the event as a way to give back to the community.  These critiques will provide the job seeker a recruiter's perspective on how to market themselves more effectively.

Opportunities at the Career Fair range from entry-level to management and are in a wide variety of industries, including Sales, Marketing, Information Technology, Administration, Customer Service, Engineering, Skilled Trades, Manufacturing, Accounting, and Transportation. 

Companies attending include: Prosource.it, Hillcrest South Hospital, Mobile Management, Braum's, Coca-Cola, Chipotle, Kansas State University, Taylor Crane and Rigging,  Vatterott, Tulsa Welding School, West Corporation, Denali First Roofing, FedEx Ground, Love's Travel Stops, Spartan College, LOGIX Communications, CarMax, ALDI, Macy's, Brown Mackie, DirecTV, Platt College, Wireless Vision, Wright Career College, and MANY MORE

 Attendees are encouraged to dress professionally, bring plenty of resumes, be ready to interview on-the-spot and arrive early. For more information, including a list of participating employers, logon to JobNewsTulsa.com or call 918-513-8400.

 

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