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Job Service to host North Dakota Military and Veteran Virtual Job Fair Dec. 8

The virtual job fair is for all current military members, veterans and their families. There is no cost to attend.

PHOTO: Job Service North Dakota Fargo office
The Job Service North Dakota office just off 13th Avenue in south Fargo is seen Thursday, July 22, 2020. David Samson / The Forum
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BISMARCK – Job Service North Dakota will host a Military and Veteran Virtual Job fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 8. The virtual job fair is for all current military members, veterans and their families. There is no cost to attend.

More than 60 employers from across North Dakota will be available to meet attendees and conduct interviews. The Job Fair will take place on the Job Service North Dakota’s Talentspace platform at . Apple users are encouraged to use either Google Chrome or Firefox browsers to attend the event as Safari does not work well with the virtual platform.

Attendees must register to enter the event, which can be done in advance or during the event. Once registered, they will be able to see the list of employers participating. Job seekers will be able to browse virtual booths, learn about each company and speak with hiring representatives from businesses of their choice.

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