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A job fair at Dover Town Hall in Biggin Street, Dover, attracted more than 1,300 people

10 March 2014
by Victoria Chessum

More than 1,300 people attended a job fair at Dover Town Hall in Biggin Street on Friday.

The event was organised by MP, Charlie Elphicke in a bid to get job seekers and people wanting a change of career networking with businesses and employers.

The job fair was arranged by MP, Charlie Elphicke.

The job fair was arranged by MP, Charlie Elphicke.

Some 30 businesses with vacancies to fill had stalls set up at the event.

This is the second job fair in two years, both of which were branded a success.

1,300 people flocked to the job fair at Dover Town Hall

1,300 people flocked to the job fair at Dover Town Hall

Mr Elphicke said: “The Jobs Fair was a massive success. After last year’s jobs fair, I was really keen to organise another event to do my bit to help get jobs for local people.

"I was amazed to see even more people came than last year.

“It’s great that unemployment has fallen since the last election Dover, yet there is still so much more to do.

"The fair gave people the chance to meet businesses face to face and find jobs which are right for them.

“Business told me they received many high quality CVs and I hope that people see these translate into jobs and work for people.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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