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Job fair to match workers with employers

The city of Coquitlam has been chosen to host a job fair on Wednesday, Nov. 28 from noon to 7 p.m. at the David Lam campus in Coquitlam as part of the Canada Starts Here: The BC Jobs Plan.

As part of the plan, a series of job fairs is taking place in 24 B.C. communities, connecting British Columbians who are looking for work with employers who are looking for qualified employees.

The fairs are geared to people of all ages and employers from all sectors will be on site, as well as post-secondary educational institutions, industry associations and training authorities.

The job fair will also include the BC Jobs Start Here - Mobile Exhibit which provides an interactive online opportunity to connect British Columbians with career information, employment services, job banks and local job events organized through WorkBC.

 

 

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