Tower of the Americas is hiring: Job fair set for next week
Tower of the AmericasHave you ever thought about working at Tower of the Americas? A job fair is set for next Tuesday, March 9, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., if you’re interested. Open positions include servers, cooks, baristas, bussers, hostesses, cocktail servers, bartenders, parking attendants and dishwashers, along with jobs in admission, retail and facilities maintenance. Some positions require a valid driver’s license and a pre-employment background check. Anyone thinking about attending the job fair is advised to dress to impress.
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As the coronavirus pandemic has impacted millions of lives around the world when it comes to employment, more companies are expanding their searches for top employees by offering virtual job fairs. If you are participating in a virtual job fair soon, here are some steps to consider before meeting with the company. Do your homework and research companies participating in the job fair. In order to have a successful virtual interview, you need a strong internet connection. Since 2011, Hiring Red, White and You has connected more than 98,600 job seekers, including transitioning service members, veterans and spouses.
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