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Finding a job made easy for you
We live in a fast-paced, competitive world today, with more options of selecting a profession or career path than ever before. However, starting off in such a competitive world can be a little bit difficult. Similarly, if you are stuck in a career that you don't really like, then a change or shift in your profession is not only a dream, but an obligation to yourself. If you are considering a career change, statistics will tell you that you are not alone. So if you are bored in your current job, need new challenges, or returning to the workforce and looking to upgrade, re-skill, or totally reinvent your career, then read on.
Employers at Reinvent your Career Expo (Courtesy Expo website)
Reinvent Your Career Expos are Australia's largest adult careers and employment events to facilitate employees looking for a career start or a career change, and match them up with the most suitable employer. This event is designed to help adults find their career passion whilst providing them with the knowledge to turn that passion into a reality.
These popular events, include over 100 exhibitors, hundreds of real jobs, scores of dynamic seminars, career workshops, individual career check-ups, resume services, prizes, cash give-a ways and more, bringing employers and prospective employees together under the one roof.
By attending specific workshops, you can gain valuable information on Australia's fastest growing industries and careers with practical hints on how to reinvent yourself, your career and your perspective.
Forum at the Reinvent your career expo (Courtesy Expo website)
Reinvent Your Career Expo is a 'must exhibit' event for employers, educators and trainers. Exhibiting organisations are excited and prepared to meet adult career seekers and understand adult's diverse needs and come prepared for questions only adults have. It's an Australian first.