Los Angeles, CA, September 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- eJobFairs.net is hosting one of its unique live, and fully interactive internet based job fairs for the Los Angeles / Orange County area. This electronic job fair is being held after a very successful and very well attended virtual job fair for the Phoenix, AZ market. The Phoenix, AZ fair was the first fair held after eJobFairs.net recently released version 3.0 of its unique and innovative software and website. The website, which allow job seekers and hiring employers to meet together online and interview through their easy to use interview chat program, was improved for quicker account creation times and faster more efficient one-on-one interviews. “After the well attended and well executed Phoenix fair, we are thrilled to be bringing our electronic job fair to the Los Angeles and Orange County areas.” – Jason Vrane, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer.
The Los Angeles / Orange County area job fair will be held October 4th, 2007 between the hours of 10am and 3pm. To attend, all job seekers need do is go to www.ejobfairs.net , create a free account, upload or paste their cover letter and resume and then log-in to the site during the posted time. Once logged in they will be able to view company profiles, job descriptions and interview live via the website’s interview chat program.
The process is similar for employers. Once they have created an account with eJobFairs.net they need only upload their company profile, job descriptions, logo and more. They are then able to log-in to the fair during the specific date and time where they can scroll through the hundreds of attendees. They can select to view cover letters, resumes as well as initiate a conversation live.
eJobFairs.net is a California based LLC headquartered in Roseville, CA with offices in Michigan. The company announced the release of version 3.0 of its software and website on August 31st, 2007. Their service, which they say provides “Freedom from the booth”, has been used by everyone from small family businesses to Fortune 500 companies.