UK Job Fair via Twitter launches

A Twitter Job Fair, a pan-European initiative designed to bring employers and job hunters together via the social medium, will take place on 24 February.

Thu, 12 Feb 2015
A Twitter Job Fair, a pan-European initiative designed to bring employers and job hunters together via the social medium, will take place on 24 February.

UK users of the social network will be able to engage through the #YourJob tag. Each participating country will have its own dedicated tag.

Users following the #YourJob tag will be able to get careers advice from the likes of retailer John Lewis, healthcare company GSK and charity Macmillan Cancer Support, as well as finding out about job vacancies.

Recruiter contributor Ricky Martin, founder of science and technology recruiter Hyper Recruitment Solutions and former winner of BBC’s The Apprentice, will host a Q&A session on the platform.

A webinar in partnership with the National Careers Service will provide advice on job searching, CV writing and interview techniques.
 
The job fair was piloted in Germany last year but due to the success, was expanded.

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