Gem State Roundup

Looking for a new gig? More than 50 companies will be at the Idaho Job and Career Fair

By: - November 12, 2021 3:54 am
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More than 50 companies in Idaho will be available for interested applicants at a job fair from 2-6 p.m. Nov. 16 at the Courtyard by Marriott in south Meridian. (Courtesy of IBL Events)

Idahoans looking for a new career path are invited to meet with over 50 companies immediately hiring for full- and part-time employees at the Idaho Job and Career Fair, according to a press release from IBL events.

The event will be held from 2-6 p.m. Nov. 16 the Courtyard by Marriott, 1789 S. Eagle Road in Meridian.

Companies will recruit for positions at all experience levels with a variety of work schedules in customer service, law enforcement, construction, health care, manufacturing, administration, social services, sanitation, engineering, finance, hospitality, shipping/receiving, communications, retail, fish processing, education, sales, caregiving, technician, transportation and more.

In addition, a number of community partners will be available to discuss educational and training opportunities, according to the release.

Applicants are encouraged to bring resumes and prepare to be interviewed or ask questions of potential employers. Register at for a contactless registration and to view the full list of participating companies.

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Christina Lords
Christina Lords

Christina Lords is the editor-in-chief of the Idaho Capital Sun and has been a professional journalist covering local and state government since graduating from the University of Idaho in 2009. A Pocatello native, Lords is a fifth-generation Idahoan who served as a reporter at the Moscow-Pullman Daily News and the Post Register in Idaho Falls and served as assistant editor for the Idaho Press in Nampa. She also led the Idaho Statesman in Boise for two years before turning to nonprofit journalism.