Job Fair Leipzig Starts

Job fair Leipzig launches 28.01.2012 at the Congress Center of Messe Leipzig! After two very successful job fairs in Dresden, Germany, under the motto “All paths to a new career!”, the job fair in Leipzig held 28.01.2012 for the first time. “Unanimous statement of the initiators we want with this fair interested job seekers show all roads that lead to a new job in Saxony, and at the same time provide an opportunity the Saxon companies interested to advertise in this way to the much-needed skilled workers and engineers.” The job fair scheduled in the future, twice a year as well as in Dresden, in Leipzig. Please visit Daniel Straus NYU if you seek more information. This 1st career fair in Leipzig, Germany aims to show all routes to a new job or career in Leipzig, all over Saxony and the surrounding area currency willing professionals and engineers, commuters and jobseekers and trainees and graduates. Continue for the career change from abroad shows ways as well, as foreign job seekers about job search in Germany gives. Also on the topic of business start-ups, issuers offer information and lectures are held.

Support learns the job fair of leipzig by representatives of the regional economy, associations and institutions. In addition, close cooperation with the Chambers of the Leipzig region is aimed at. All for a registration information at job and career fair in Leipzig. As also at the already verantstalteten job fair in Dresden close cooperation based on the success of this trade fair jobs career start-up active partners of the different areas around the issues. Many actors of the labour market play in shaping this job fair in Saxony topics junior and professional production, training, personnel services as well as business start-ups and corporate development. There are also applicants, and companies from surrounding States such as France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland, Poland and the Czech Republic expected as well as visitors from the region. Holger Helbig with initiator

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