Look for work on social media. Job fairs are usually aimed at specific industries, although some job or hiring fairs, such as those hosted by First Nation organizations, are more generalized. The promotional material will include a list of the organizations that will be represented. Bolles, Next Avenue contributor Some of the 10 traditional job search methods that follow have a pretty good track record and will reward you for the time spent looking for them. But others have a truly terrible track record and are a waste of time and energy. Anecdotal evidence is sometimes impressive.
You'll hear stories of job seekers who have had great success using the Internet to find work. For example, there is the Taos system administrator, N., M., on a Monday night at the Craig's List site in San Francisco. By Wednesday morning, it had received more than 70 responses from employers. Everything happens online, from hiring to selection and even interviews.
So also for the job search, use the Internet.