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‘Get a Job’ Fair 2018

‘Get a Job’ Fair 2018

Looking for the best employees for your business? You can find them here.

The Representation of the European Commission in Cyprus and the EURES network are organizing the ‘Get a Job’ Fair on Tuesday, 30 October, at Hilton Park Hotel, Nicosia, between 10am-7pm. The fair’s main objective is to bring together employers from Cyprus and overseas to inform young people about current and future employment opportunities. Participants will also be offered the chance to learn about available traineeship, voluntary work, education and employment mobility opportunities. In addition, the fair incorporates three separate workshops targeted at young people to provide them with CV writing advice tips, guide them through successful interview skills and advise them on how to register at the Public Employment Service.

Those who are currently unemployed, young people not in education or training, higher education graduates and postgraduate students looking for a job should not miss this event.

Exhibitors, on the other hand, will have the opportunity to network with new young talent and potential future employees. At the same time, participants will have the opportunity to network with their potential future employers, to meet in person with them, to discuss current available employment opportunities and even have a one-on-one interview with them. Exhibitors will also benefit from networking opportunities with other European and local institutions that work with the unemployed, graduates and more generally, jobseekers. EURES network have confirmed their participation with advisors from their offices in Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Italy, Slovenia and the Czech Republic.

If your business is looking for a new talent to employ, then don’t miss the chance to participate at the “Get a Job” fair and benefit from a communication campaign that has been meticulously designed under the scope of this event.


Participation is free

Exhibitor enquiries welcome!

Organizer: European Commission Representation in Cyprus 

Co-organizer: EURES

Implementing Partner: ΙΜΗ

Communication Sponsors: IN Business, REPORTER

For further information, please contact ΙΜΗ:

Tel.: 22505555 | Fax: 22679820 | Email: events@imhbusiness.com

Website: www.imhbusiness.com


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