TODAY: Job Fair in Lakewood for Men & Women

Searching for a new job can be a stressful experience. All the uncertainties and unknowns can cause people to feel insecure about themselves.

Many job seekers forget that at the other end of the resume are nice, normal, average employers looking to hire other nice, average people.

But when there is a job fair where average people can drop in, shake hands, and meet real-life average employers, the intimidation melts away. At job fairs, people find themselves handing out their resumes to ordinary, good people.

Think about it.

Meeting and chatting with someone who might be your employer or boss takes a lot of anxiety out of the job search.

Many job fair conversations end with “the next step” rather than the “first step.”

The Candibots Job Fair is hosted by, a premier job recruiting firm. Candibots works with a large variety of companies bringing a vast selection of job opportunities to the public. Candibots has hosted many successful job fairs in Lakewood, NJ in the past few years.

“An event like ours brings together ready-to-hire positions with job seekers, instantly taking a heavy percentage of the guesswork out of the process,” says Binyomin Sofer, a partner at Candibots.

“A resume just presents a candidate in words but does not offer the opportunity for getting to know the person on a more personal level. At our job fairs, instead of going through a bunch of resumes, employers will be presenting at booths and engaging in face-to-face meetings with candidates. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a meeting is worth ten thousand words. Come join us on Sunday, May 12th. You won’t be disappointed.”

What’s unique about this job fair is that there will be approximately 250 open job opportunities “on the floor”. The job openings are diverse, from entry-level to senior-level  jobs. The jobs are in many industries, including Accounting & Finance, Administrative, Art & Design, Computer Development, Computer IT, Construction, Education, Healthcare, Human Resources, Insurance, Manufacturing, Marketing, Non-Profit, Real Estate, Retail, Sales, Logistics, Warehouse, and Upper-Level Management. There are quite a few open positions appropriate for recent seminary graduates.

The Job Fair will take place on Sunday, May 12th, from 12:00 – 6:00 p.m. at Eagle Ridge Country Club (2 Augusta Boulevard) in Lakewood. Admission is free and there is no registration. For more information call (732) 369-9424 or email [email protected].

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  1. One needs to be very careful about the work environment. There are too many stories of Yidden who went to work & their “level of Kedusha” suffered.
    Just this Shabbos during the Haftorah Kiddush (yes it was a rare one but the bottle my neighbor brought was even rarer:-) a Chaver told us about his long time Chavrusa that to make ends meet he took a job working during 1st Seder.
    Less than a month after he started work his Chavrusa noticed the top button of this man’s white shirt was no longer buttoned!
    The man’s Rebbeim & Rabbanim tried to speak with him but he just responded, “Now I am a working man!”
    His children’s schools asked him to sign a contract that he will end his evil ways but he wrote back, “Now I am a working man!”
    Our neighborhood sent (semi-threatening) anonymous letters asking him to not destroy the high Kedusha our area & move but he refused.
    It’s really a Rachmanus. The kids are stuck at home & no schools will take them. The wife is embarrassed to go to the stores. The son was sitting on the Shul steps sobbing bitterly & a man asked what was wrong? The boy through tears barely able to speak asked, “Does this mean I’m going to have to go to YU?”
    Taking a job might seem like the responsible thing to do but not at the expense of everything you & your family stands for.
    Be VERY careful before accepting any employment.

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