The job market is changing for the better or worse. There are more job openings than ever before, but also companies are closing faster than ever before. Training, interviewing, and applying are all time-consuming tasks and can wear a person down. Lucky for residents of the Magic Valley area, there is an event that can help you prepare for your next job, and maybe even land a job.

Hiring event taking place this week

Buhl will be hosting the Buhl West End Hiring Event on Thursday, December 16 from 11 AM to 2 PM at the Buhl West End Senior Center, located at 1010 Main Street. There will be interviews and applications on-site, as well as if you need training for whatever job you are applying for, it could be fully covered.

Should you start a new job or not?

This event is perfect for people looking to gain employment, start a new career, or maybe change careers. If you are unhappy at work and want to look into something new and different, this is the perfect place for you. The event is free to attend and employers will be available to answer any questions you may have.

If you are an employer looking to hire, this is your chance

If you are an employer looking to be at the event to accept applications and interview potential employees, make sure to contact the Idaho Department of Labor. This is a great chance for you to potentially fill open spots in your company. 

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A new year is starting soon and with it becomes a new beginning and new opportunities. The Buhl West End Hiring Event is a great chance to start the new year with a new job or career and begin a new journey. Make your way to Buhl on Thursday and see what awaits your future.

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