Polish that resume and put on your best business attire.
Atlanta Councilman Antonio Brown is hosting a job fair at City Hall from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday.
The job fair will take place in the atrium of the building, located at 55 Trinity Avenue.
Brown said he organized the hiring event to make the job search easier for residents.
“In a lot of ways, it’s not always an easy process to understand what jobs are open and available,” he said.
At least 20 employers will be at the event, including Chick-fil-A, the Georgia Department of Labor, PNC Bank, UPS, and Waffle House.
Brown said attendees should bring their resumes and references. They should also be prepared for interviews with managers looking to at the event.
At least seven employers will be hiring on the spot and some will have 10 to 20 jobs to fill in time for the upcoming holiday season.
“Applicants will be able to walk-up, answer pre-screened questions and if they meet the requirements, they’ll receive a date for (hire),” said Perrin Bostic, director for constituent services in Antonio Brown’s office.
The hiring event will offer jobs to those that are underemployed and AARP will assist senior citizens looking to reenter the workforce.
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