Around 3,000 people attended this Wednesday, the second Employment Fair that the Regional Employment and Training Service (SEF), dependent on the Ministry of Education, Vocational Training and Employment, held in the Annex Building of the Víctor Villegas Auditorium and Congress Center in Murcia.

This year's edition was held under the motto, 'Get closer to employment. Activate your skills', attendees have been able to visit the stands of the more than 50 participating companies and institutions, which will provide information about their activity and the job offers they currently have active.

The Minister of Education, Vocational Training and Employment, Víctor Marín, who inaugurated the fair, noted that “this year, the event increases both the number of attendees and participating companies and institutions, which consolidates it as a meeting space that generates opportunities between people looking for work and companies looking for talent.”

Marín highlighted that “the fact that this year more people have registered is a sign that the fair has achieved the fundamental objective for which it was created and that is none other than bringing unemployed people closer to the workplace, encouraging a search active employment and improving their employability, as well as facilitating, as far as possible, their entry into the labor market.”

In addition to the exhibition space, the fair has a complete program of activities that includes round tables, conferences and dynamic and practical workshops to help its participants improve their skills and professional competencies, whether to find a job or to start their own business. business.

Attendees have also been able to participate in a virtual reality experience, an 'escape room' or an emotional intelligence game, in addition to being able to access micro-orientation sessions by specialized SEF personnel.

This second SEF Job Fair is part of the activity program of the Murcia Orientation, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center which, within the framework of the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism, is financed by the Next Generation Funds. It offers professional guidance services, job intermediation, business advice, training and qualification for employment, as well as advice for self-employment and entrepreneurship.