Experts always say the best time to find a job is when you already have one.

Mark your calendars for the upcoming Jobs Jamboree at MetraPark on Wednesday, March 20th. It's not just another job fair; it's your ticket to connecting with a plethora of local employers eager to meet potential talent. Hosted by the Billings Job Service Employer Committee and Job Service Billings, this event stands as the premier job fair in the state, offering jobseekers unparalleled access to over 100 employers all under one roof.

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Part-time, full-time, professional jobs, and more.

Whether you're eyeing clerical positions, skilled labor roles, IT opportunities, engineering positions, entry-level openings, CDL positions, or professional roles, there's something for everyone at the 2024 Billings Jobs Jamboree.

Representatives from these companies will be readily available to address any inquiries you might have. Remember to bring along your polished resumes and dress to impress, as some employers are even conducting on-the-spot screening interviews. Your first impression is your best impression.

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In addition to networking opportunities, attendees can benefit from a series of enlightening seminars scheduled throughout the day. Best of all, there's no fee to attend this job fair. For more information, check out the event's Facebook page, or if you have specific queries, feel free to reach out to Job Service Billings at 406-655-6081.

  • Jobs Jamboree is from 11:30 AM to 6 PM
  • Veterans get early access at 11 AM
  • MetraPark Pavillion
  • March 20, 2024

With a low unemployment rate, companies across Montana are facing challenges in sourcing quality talent. There's no better time to explore new job prospects or negotiate for better compensation. While you're navigating the event, be sure to swing by the Townsquare Media booth; we're eager to connect with you and discuss potential opportunities.

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