Those who want to work at the airport must pass a 10-year federal background check. Job seekers are told to bring 10 or more copies of their resumé and to dress professionally.
Attendees can take MARTA to the airport and board the free SkyTrain to the Georgia International Convention Center, or park at the GICC.
Employers across many industries have struggled with staffing shortages that have hampered their ability to ramp up operations in a recovery from cutbacks during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to Hartsfield-Jackson, employers will be hiring for positions such as sales associates, bartenders, baristas, servers, cooks, managers, supervisors, hosts, commercial drivers, customer service, aircraft cleaning, baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, security officers, janitors, utility workers, administrative assistants, accountants, project managers, firefighters and police officers.