This last week on the first I went to a job fair. I was sceptical, as always, but I went to see what I might find. When I got there, there were tons of jobseekers like me. The company putting on the career fair gave everyone a ten minute presentation about networking with the employers there and to talk to everyone. Simple good advice, something I already knew. Then the letdown, the opened the doors so we could go into the room were the job fair was being held. There were only eight booths set up. One was the university of phoenix and they weren't there to hire people. One was the booth of the company putting on the job fair. One was a resume company for hire, not hiring. One was the LAPD and they were only hiring for officers. The rest were hiring for outside sales, cold calling, and comission only positions. These are not the line of work I would like to do right now, probably never. I feel at this time there is so much scam out there, praying on jobseekers who really need a job. Ugh!
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