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Thousands of jobs offered at fair

EMPLOYERS offered almost 10,000 jobs at the Job Expo 2012 held on May 10 and 11 in Nitra. Slovak employers had 7,500 vacancies on offer and employers from 10 other European countries offered the rest.

EMPLOYERS offered almost 10,000 jobs at the Job Expo 2012 held on May 10 and 11 in Nitra. Slovak employers had 7,500 vacancies on offer and employers from 10 other European countries offered the rest.

Apart from the positions advertised, jobseekers had the chance to review a list of roughly 6,000 jobs available through job centres across Slovakia, the TASR newswire reported.

HR experts at the fair highlighted the difficulties experienced by people aged 50+ finding jobs. They now make up almost one quarter of the total number of jobless.

Topic: Career and HR


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