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More than three dozen exhibitors were on hand at the 2022 AL DÍA Diverse City Career Fair. Photo: Peter Fitzpatrick/AL DIA News.
More than three dozen exhibitors were on hand at the 2022 AL DÍA Diverse City Career Fair. Photo: Peter Fitzpatrick/AL DIA News.

The road to opportunity through Diverse City

Dozens of employers participated in the 2022 AL DÍA Diverse City Career Fair at the Pennsylvania Convention Center on April 28.

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With over 30-plus companies participating, AL DÍA’s Diverse City Career Fair entered its 19th year with a continuous primary focus: Diversity in the Workplace.

The event began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony from AL DÍA founder and CEO Hernan Guaracao and City Representative Sheila Hess.

 

After two years of dealing with strains of the pandemic, layoffs, teleworking and a recession over the horizon, many people are looking for a change in career or a higher salary.

Employers such as CVS Health, the Philadelphia School District and SEPTA are in need of new hires — especially people of color. With the city growing in its diversity, companies are eagerly looking for the same in the workplace.

Many times communities are not well informed of new job openings from major companies or organizations. AL DÍA has shined their beacon of light for almost two decades so applicants can get their big break by attending a career fair.

For more events happening across the Philadelphia Region, go to www.aldianews.com

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