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Special thanks to Augenblick Film for producing the video You can view some of the images of the career fair 2012 in our gallery section. We would like to say thank you to everyone who participated.

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You can view some of the images of the career fair 2012 in our new gallery section. We would like to say thank you to everyone who participated and keep coming back to our website for the results of our survey.

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Send a thank-you mail within 24 hours to each employer you talked to at the fair who expressed interest in your CV. Remind them of which position(s) you spoke about and stress your interest in scheduling a follow-up interview. It might also be a good idea to enclose another copy of your resume that will…

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Jot down notes while the employer is talking with you. Ask for the business card of everyone you speak with. After leaving the employer’s table, make notes of what you spoke about and what follow-up actions you need to take after the fair.

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Approach employers confidently. Introduce yourself and express why you are there. Ask questions and take notes. Express interest in company literature and brochures.

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You should bring sufficient copies of your resume for the employers you plan to target. Make sure your resume is targeted to the kind of job you are seeking, focusing on accomplishments, skills and experience and of course that your contact details are included.

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Find the attending companies at www.spousecareerfair.dk. What is their product or service? Who are the customers they serve? What kinds of positions exist within the company? What skills are they looking for? Could anyone in your network help you with your investigations?

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Look over your research notes and decide in advance which companies would be the best match for your skills and experience. Plan to visit the “maybe” companies first and save the really important ones for last. This way you can work through some of your nervousness before you present yourself to the companies that really…

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The general rule of thumb is to dress to fit the job for which you are applying. As you don’t know the dress code of the companies you’ll meet at the job fair, it is recommended that you dress business casual. Give a firm and confident handshake. Smile. Make eye contact. Turn off your cell…

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Develop your introduction or “elevator pitch”. The idea of an “elevator pitch” is that if you were to suddenly find yourself riding an elevator with an executive who could hire you for your dream job, you would need to succinctly and effectively introduce yourself in 30-seconds. This can be useful at fairs and other networking…

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