College students are taking a look at their employment opportunities as the school year begins to wind down.
Job seekers came out to Minges Coliseum Thursday afternoon to meet with employers at ECU's Spring Job Fair.
Over 1,000 students stopped by.
Student Timothy Schwan said, "I'm looking at anyone looking for a finance major, whether that's banking or sales."
About 125 recruiters hoped to find the right student to fill a variety of professions.
"Everything from engineering to construction to business to retailers," said Karen Thompson, Director of ECU's Career Center.
A new feature this year included a professional photographer. Students were able to take pictures for LinkedIn and other online profiles.
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