With the state and national unemployment rates each hovering below 4 percent, employers are competing to find people to fill positions. Considering the Central Texas unemployment rate was below 3 percent for May, it can be even more challenging for Highland Lakes employers.
All booth space is free. The library is located at 101 Main St.
Employers can put a face on their company and visit with jobseekers one on one to find the right candidate. And jobseekers can peruse a variety of prospective employers and learn more about a position than they would from a want ad.
There is no fee to attend the job fair, but jobseekers should bring copies of their resumes, dress professionally, come early, “and be prepared to sell your top-notch skills to your next employer.”
Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area offers services for employers and jobseekers alike. Learn more at its website; the Burnet job center, 1001 W. Buchanan Drive, Suite 1, in Burnet; or the Llano job center, 100 Legend Hills Blvd. in Llano.