IT IS the perfect time to look for a new career and thousands of job opportunities are on show at the MK Job Show in centre:mk this weekend.
The event, which has attracted 65 of the nation’s leading employers, takes place otoday (Friday) and tomorrow (January 7-8) in Middleton Hall.
Whether attendees are looking to find a new career path, improve their skill set or find a new challenge, the MK Job Show has employment and training opportunities from part-time to full-time and entry level to senior exec positions.
More than 70 employers will be hand at the show from sectors including: Hospitality; Engineering; Retail; Sales; Manufacturing; Warehouse; IT; Customer Service; Ambulance Service; The Army; Apprenticeships; Project Management; NHS; Surveyors; Management.
MK Job Show founder Mike Bickerdike said the pandemic has made people reconsider their careers and learn new skills.
“Employers are also looking outside of the box when it comes to recruitment and places like the job shows can be the perfect way to make an everlasting impression and perhaps even to be hired on the spot,” he added. “We cannot wait to support the local community by showcasing just some of the incredible opportunities that lie on their doorstep.”
Would-be job candidates are advised to bring their CV and supporting documents along with them on the day. To attend, register at www.mkjobshow.co.uk. The show is open today (Friday), 11am-6pm and tomorrow (Saturday) 10am-5pm.
centre:mk centre director Kevin Duffy said: “We are excited to again be hosting the MK Job Show here at centre:mk and hope that the event will inspire everyone who has been thinking of exploring new job opportunities.
“centre:mk and our retailers, restaurants and cafes already employ over 4,000 people locally and with our event space at the heart of the city centre, we know that centre:mk is well placed to host this fantastic event. We hope our guests will be inspired by the free seminars, boundless information and opportunities available from some of the country’s top employers throughout the two days.”