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Hundreds of jobs available at Philadelphia Career Fair

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RecruitmentQueen’s June 13 job fair will be held at Philadelphia Mills Mall.

Following dozens of successful career fairs in Bucks County – including the latest in April which drew more than 600 job seekers and 1,000+ jobs    RecruitmentQueen has set its sights on helping people in Philadelphia find work.

The Bucks County- based digital job board will hold its Philly Job Fair at Philadelphia Mills Mall on June 13. RecruitmentQueen President and CEO Jennifer Schultz, said she anticipates 40 or 50 employers to attend, offering a wide range of employment opportunities from all industries, including customer service, sales, management, administrative, clerical, light industrial, manufacturing, nursing, home healthcare, law enforcement, education, maintenance, dietary, cooking, drivers, accounting and more.

“We’ve covered the Bucks County market,” Schultz said. “Now we’re branching out to the Philadelphia are to help people in Philadelphia find work.”

Employers registered so far include: Digital Agency, PA Army National Guard, TLC Nursing, Vertical Screen, Salute2Service, TMA Bucks, Health Partners Plans, Friends Hospital and Robert Half.

Schultz said she has heard from Philadelphia-area job seekers who have asked when she would hold one of her career fairs in Philadelphia. The accessibility of Philadelphia Mills Mall from I-95, Woodhaven Road and public transportation, via SEPTA and the Frankford Terminal daily bus routes 20, 67 and 84, made the location a perfect fit.

Job seekers will have the opportunity to network with and speak to local recruiters and hiring managers. Even though the career fair is held at a shopping mall where dress codes do not apply, job seekers should dress for success, according to Schultz. Professional attire is recommended.

It’s a good idea for job seekers to research the companies they are interested in ahead of time and come to the career fair prepared and with enough copies of their resume in hand.

If you go

RecruitmentQueen’s Spring Job Fair will be held in the Gap court (near Dave & Buster’s) at Philadelphia Mills Mall (formerly Franklin Mills Mall), 1149 Franklin Mills Circle, Philadelphia, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 13. To learn more, or to register for the career fair, job seekers can click here: Employers interested in attending the career fair can register here: or call Jennifer Schultz at 267-981-5976.

About RecruitmentQueen is a hyper-local digital recruitment job board dedicated to employers and job seekers in Bucks County, Pa. The site offers custom recruiting solutions including a job network portal. The Web site reaches thousands of job seekers across thousands of regional, industry, niche and diversity job sites and job search engines.

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