With the oldest people of Generation Z being born in 1995, it’s time for our youngest generation to hit the job market. Finishing up college and truly being out on your own can be scary, and trying to find a job on top of that isn’t easy. The entry-level job market is a hard one to break into, so we are lending a hand with tips on how you can land your first job.
With any software purchase, cost is always a concern and Career Fair Plus is no different. We understand that Career Services Offices (CSOs) and other fair organizers don’t have unlimited budget. We start by pricing our service fairly and we strive to provide a tremendous amount of value. At the same time, we have built our costs and features in a way that allows many of our customers to see zero cost for using Career Fair Plus. Below are some ideas that may help you.
As the next generation moves into the workforce, career fair recruiters are having to change the way they communicate with their target audience.
Topics: career fair planning
Have you noticed a drop in attendance at career fairs? With low attendance rates by students, employers tend to stop recruiting at these fairs too. If your career services office is in need of an attendance boost, check out some creative career fair ideas from Career Fair Plus!
On a college campus, most career services departments host one or more career fairs each year. The actual planning and execution of a career fair involve a lot of meticulous preparation and hard work. As a career services professional, you know this all too well. However, after it’s all over, how do you know if it was a successful career fair?