Cache Valley Media Group’s Fall Job Fair brings jobs to Cache Valley

LOGAN – If you are looking for work or wanting to change professions, you may want to attend the Cache Valley Media Group’s Annual Fall Job Fair.

Kristen Call from ThermoFisher was recruiting possible employees at the Spring Cache Valley Media Job Fair Wed. April 24.

This year’s Job Fair will be held Thursday, Sept. 19, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. located at Castle Manor, 170 W. 3900 N. in Hyde Park.

Over 20 Valley businesses have committed to be at this year’s event.

Representatives will be there from Wendy’s, Conservice, ThermoFisher, Whitaker Construction, JM Mechanical, Elwood Staffing, West Liberty Foods, Sierra Restoration, 2020 Census, Nucor Building Systems, Advanced Call Center, Prismview, Biomat USA, Rent Dynamics, Dynata SSI, Proctor and Gamble, Miele, Gossner Foods, TTM Technology, GE Healthcare and HHI Corp and possibly more .

Research shows that the median household income in Cache Valley is approximately $53,812 a year according to the US Census Bureau.

“If your annual income doesn’t measure up, maybe it’s time to look for a new career,” said Greg Roper of Cache Valley Media Group. “This job fair is also a great opportunity for future USU graduates to connect with possible employers with locations here or near the Cache Valley area.”

The Cache Valley Media Group’s Annual Fall Job Fair is an opportunity for job seekers to meet possible employers .

Vendors usually bring free stuff to entice potential candidates to sign up with them. Unemployment in Cache County remains among the lowest in the state, which means there are a lot of opportunities to find work in the area.

The Cache Valley Media Group will be doing live broadcasts from the venue throughout the day.

 

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