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City of Columbia to host its third Career Fair on April 24, registration is now open

Columbia, South Carolina – The City of Columbia is slated to host its third annual career fair set to take place at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center at 1101 Lincoln Street on April 24th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This event is part of the city’s ongoing effort to meet with the people it serves and fill open positions in different departments.

The career fair is excellent opportunity for local residents who are looking for a new job. Job seekers who will attend the event can meet representatives from city departments who are actively seeking new employees. These departments will provide insights into the roles they’re looking to fill and discuss the daily responsibilities associated with these positions.

In addition to departments with immediate job openings, other city departments will be there to show how their work helps the community. These departments will also inform attendees how to stay in touch with them for future job openings.

Employers will hold on-site interview with interested candidates and some may even get job offers.

The city of Columbia offers a lot of benefits, such as a flexible schedule, health insurance, and free professional development classes that help employees advance in their careers and learn new skills.

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Online registration for the job fair is now open, so people who want to go can make sure they have a spot before the event.

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