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Employers are waiting with the job of your dreams

Vacancies are at record levels. There are actually more vacancies than unemployed people for the first time ever. So it is great news that the MK Job Show is back.

The MK Job Show is being held at centre:mk on September 23-24 in Middleton Hall, centre:mk. On an average Friday and Saturday, well over 100,000 visitors go to centre:mk and exhibitors love to meet these passive job seekers.

As well as attracting thousands of passive job seekers the MK Job Show runs a massive advertising campaign that ensures thousands of active job seekers also turn up with their CVs.

At the MK Job Show, employers meet candidates face to face. Sometimes a CV does not have the right buzz words in it and the CV is filtered out either by the company’s HR software or by the HR team themselves. But meet someone face to face and employers gain a much better idea on whether the candidate is suitable for your business.

Many companies have taken on people at the MK Job Show who had already applied to the company but not even had a reply. A number of employers also hire people actually at the MK Job Show.

If your company has vacancies and is looking to hire the stars of the future there are still stands available.

More than 70 great organisations are already booked to take part and your organisation will be in good company, exhibiting alongside sponsors Ricoh, Nikon, Lockheed Martin, Greene King, BP Pulse, Met Police, British Transport Police, Santander, Ingram Micro, MK NHS Trust, Copart, the Ministry of Justice and MK Job Show’s main sponsor the University Of Bedfordshire.

JS Media, organiser of the MK Job Show, also publishes the only dedicated jobs newspaper in Milton Keynes which can be found at busy sites including supermarkets and stations.

More than 20,000 copies are picked up every month. They also run the only regional job board www.mkjobs.co.uk

  • To take part in the next MK Job Show, contact the team at info@jobshows.co.uk or visit MKJobShow.co.uk

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