Online job fair

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An online job fair, also known as a virtual job fair or electronic job fair, is an online version of a traditional job fair. They allow employers and job seekers to meet and discuss employment opportunities by way of specialised websites. Like a traditional job fair, online job fairs are live, fully interactive, and held at specific times.[1]

Several companies offer online job fairs. There are also companies that do them as part of a larger offering of electronic trade shows.

Online job fairs have grown in popularity and use, now being utilised by some universities[2] and Fortune 500 companies.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Goodwin, Matt (8 November 2011). "Why I'm Seeing Increased Adoption of Virtual Job Fairs". INXPO. Retrieved 31 May 2013.
  2. ^ "Career Services Office Applies Technology to Job Search" (PDF). Oswego Parents. Fall 2001. p. 2. Retrieved 31 May 2013.