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The Minority Chamber of Commerce announces " Part Time Job Fair Miami 2009 Highlights Opportunities in Poor Economy"






Miami, Florida. For the 5th year in a row, the Minority Chamber of Commerce  is teaming up  to present Job Opportunities for Part Time Job Fair Miami 2009 to be held next June 18, 2009 at the Mall of the Americas located at 7900 NW 2 Street in Miami Dade. The goal of the job fair is to bring careers in all type of industry to the attention of talented and motivated graduates minority candidates.


Despite the poor economy, there are still plenty of career opportunities available in different fields—and that’s where the Minority Chamber of Commerce (MCC)  Part Time Job Fair comes into play.  This June, job seekers from around Miami Dade & Broward Counties will take part in the Part Time Job Fair Miami 2009 to meet face-to-face with recruiting professionals  and governments.


Although employers are still hiring in this economy, recruiters acknowledge that the recession has posed some new challenges not seen a few years ago. Retail industry, for example, has impacted recruiting, says Doug Mayorga, national director for Minority Chamber of Commerce, “Companies may not have the budget for full-time employees, but can find the funds for short-term Part Time contractors or seasonal,” he says.  “And such positions could ultimately lead to a full-time, permanent job. Overall, though, the industry is strong.  Healthcare for example  in general needs quality people to fill demands statewide, and specifically for this career field”.


The Job Fair will open from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 18, 2009.



For more information contact:

Ricky Brown  786-260-1965



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