Jobs Expo

Croke Park, Saturday 26th March

Jobs Expo is returning to Dublin in 2022! Jobs Expo Dublin will take place on Saturday, 26th March (10am-4pm). This careers fair will feature hundreds of active job opportunities and is the only careers exhibition of its type to feature FREE ADMISSION.

After a long hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are delighted to return to the capital. Jobs Expo Dublin will provide job seekers with real opportunities to find new employment.

What can you expect at Jobs Expo Dublin?

  • Employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad
  • Specialised areas dedicated to jobs in particular industries
  • Start your own business experts offering advice and support networks
  • The Career Clinic offering one-on-one CV, job seeking and career advice from professional career guidance counsellors
  • A packed seminar timetable on important and topical issues by a range of industry experts
Jobs Expo is returning to Dublin! Jobs Expo Dublin will be held at Croke Park's Hogan Suite on Saturday, July 4th, 2020 (10.00am - 4.00pm).

Date:
Saturday 26th March
Time:
10.00am
Price:
Free - Registration required

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