Real English Conversation - 63 : Job fair
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Alex: Hey Julia, have you heard about the upcoming job fair at the convention center?
Julia: No, I haven't. When is it happening?
Alex: It's next week, and a lot of big companies are going to be there. We should definitely attend.
Julia: That sounds great! We can distribute our resumes and network with potential employers.
Alex: Exactly. We can also research the companies beforehand to see which ones would be a good fit for us.
Julia: That's a good idea. I'm also going to make sure I dress professionally and bring copies of my resume.
Alex: Yes, first impressions are important. We want to present ourselves in the best possible way.
Julia: Have you decided which companies you want to target?
Alex: I've made a list of my top choices based on my skills and interests. What about you?
Julia: I'm still researching, but I'll definitely have a list by the time the job fair comes around.
Alex: We should also prepare some questions to ask the recruiters to show our interest in their company.
Julia: Definitely. It's important to show them that we're serious about working for them.
Alex: And we should also practice our elevator pitches so we can quickly and effectively sell ourselves.
Julia: Good point. We don't want to stumble over our words or forget any important details.
Alex: I'm feeling optimistic about this job fair. With our preparation, we have a good chance of landing some interviews.
When is the upcoming job fair happening?
What should Alex and Julia bring to the job fair?
What is the importance of preparing questions to ask recruiters?
What is an elevator pitch?
How do Alex and Julia feel about their chances of landing interviews at the job fair?