is the no.#1 job searching site in the country, they bring back the biggest and more exciting job fair event in the Metro, the Jobgantic Career Fair 2012. The career fair this year grows even bigger because schedules two legs this time. First in the Queen City of the South "Cebu" then go back to the heart of Metro Manila.

Jobgantic Career Fair kicks off with the Jobgantic Career Fair in Cebu on June 14, Thursday at the Cebu Trade Hall 1 of SM  City Cebu. Over 70 companies are expected to draw 10,000 jobseekers from Cebu and other nearby provinces. The Cebu leg is in partnership with the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and shall be’s participation in the 2012 Cebu Business Month celebration.

“After our successful job fair last year during the CCCI Cebu Business Month Celebration, we have decided to offer bigger and better career opportunities this time to our VisMin jobseekers with the Jobgantic Career Fair in Cebu,” explains Yoda Buyco, marketing director of

On June 22 – 23, Friday and Saturday, the record-breaking career fair opens at Halls 2, 3 and 4 of the country’s biggest international convention venue, the SMX Convention Center at the SM Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City.

Jobgantic Career Fair at the SMX aims to house 390 booths offering both local and overseas employment opportunities, ranging from top-notch conglomerates and multi-national companies, dynamic BPO and IT-enabled companies, reputable recruitment firms and headhunters. These exhibitors are expected to gather 100,000 pre-registered attendees and 30,000 walk-in applicants on the day of the event.

Jobgantic Career Fair emerged as the biggest job fair in Philippine history last year. This job fair was able to gather over 220 exhibitors under one roof, with a pre-registration list of almost 65,500 Filipino jobseekers and almost 25,000 actual-day applicants who queued up to take their ultimate chance for a big leap in their career.

For interested parties on booth reservations, you may email for Luzon-based companies and for Visayas and Mindanao-based entities.

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