Thousands Of ECU Students Turn Out For Job Fair

Getting a head start and networking was the name of the game at the ECU career fair in Greenville Thursday afternoon.

About 2,000 students showed up to mingle and make contact with potential employers.

The event was held at the Greenville Convention Center and was open to all majors.

Organizers say events like these are crucial to students who will enter a very tight job market when they graduate.

The next all majors career fair will be February 23rd.


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  • by seriously. Location: greenville on Oct 6, 2009 at 09:09 AM
    if you can't spell worry right, then maybe you shouldn't be the one talking about those students finding jobs. The job fair was designed to help students who are about to graduate and also those who are just trying to create an idea of what path they should take to get where they want to be.
  • by come on now on Oct 2, 2009 at 11:48 AM
    come on now...i know there are some who hate Obama out there but how did you flip this positive story into Obama bashing? come on now lol get a clue
  • by Rico Location: Bell Arthur on Oct 2, 2009 at 04:08 AM
    Good luck on finding a job. Don't woory your president is working hard on finding jobs. Oops I forget he is working hard on bringing the Olympics to Chicago.
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