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60 companies looking to fill hundreds of positions at Idaho Job & Career Fair in Meridian

Job seekers are encouraged to attend a multi-employer hiring event in Meridian. (Courtesy of Pixabay)
Job seekers are encouraged to attend a multi-employer hiring event in Meridian. (Courtesy of Pixabay)

Job seekers can meet with more than 60 companies about hundreds of open positions from 2-6 p.m. Sept. 22 at the Idaho Job & Career Fair, according to a press release.

Attendees can drop off a resume, ask questions and schedule interviews for full-time, part-time and seasonal jobs at the free event, which will be held at the Wahooz Galaxy Event Center, 1385 S. Blue Marlin Lane in Meridian. First-time job seekers and experienced candidates are encouraged to attend.

Jobs are available in the industries of education, transportation, behavioral health, food services, nursing, administration, dispatch, heavy equipment operation, caregiving, bus driving, law enforcement, finance, construction, retail, machinists, mental health care, sales, manufacturing, auditing, security, labor, technicians, hospitality, customer service, tax specialists, shipping/receiving, engineering, public service, maintenance and more.

To prepare for the event, job seekers are encouraged to bring multiple copies of their resume, be ready to discuss job opportunities, related skills and qualifications, and have all the information needed to fill out job applications. For information and to register for the event, go to

Companies interested in recruiting at the Idaho Job & Career Fair should contact IBL Events at 208-376-0464 or email

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