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Gigantic Job Fair Set For Macon This Month

Middle Georgia residents (or those looking to relocate to the area) need to attend a major recruiting event Nov. 14th in Macon.

The event will take place between 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at Building H on the Macon campus of Central Georgia Technical College at 3300 Macon Tech Drive.

The best thing about this recruiting event is it’s not just a job fair—though it’s that, too—but it’s also going to let attendees know about the many job-training programs available to them.

The Georgia Department of Labor and the workforce division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Middle Georgia Consortium, and the Middle Georgia Regional Commission co-sponsoring this event.

Per the Macon Telegraph, some of the employers expected to participate are Aspen Products, Blue Bird Bus Co. and Georgia Artisan, also known as Georgia Pallet. The companies are recruiting for a wide variety of jobs, including carpenters, painters, mechanics, body-repair technicians, machine operators, manufacturing assembly-line workers and personnel to pack boxes of manufactured goods for distribution.

The Department Of Labor staff and other co-sponsors will discuss job training programs, including on-the-job training with the job seekers. Also, the state labor department will provide employment-related services to job seekers attending the event.

Before you attend the job fair please make sure to log on to and create an account. Employ Georgia should be one of your first stops when looking for work in Georgia.

As it currently stands, there are more than 2,000 open positions in Middle Georgia on Employ Georgia’s job board. Once you’ve created an account and uploaded a resume, make sure to brush up on job fair tips below.

Good Luck!

Job Fair Tips:

·      Dress for success!

·      Have several printed copies of your resume.

·      Talk to as many people as you can.

·      Smile! A warm personality helps make an instant connection.

Parrish Walton

Parrish Walton is a communications specialist with the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD). He is the primary author of the Georgia@Work blog, which aims to educate Georgia citizens on all of the great things done by the Workforce... more