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“Reveal your talent”, a virtual fair for youth employment


This event, scheduled until October 2, aims to accelerate the recruitment of young graduates of higher education.

This is an unprecedented initiative for a very special return to school.

From Monday until October 2, Pôle emploi, the Association for the employment of executives (Apec) and NQT, the network of companies committed to equal opportunities, are organizing a 100% online fair for young people who are entering the job market this year, in a context of economic and health crisis.

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This virtual event, accessible on, aims to accelerate the recruitment of young graduates of higher education.

Young people will be among the most affected by the current crisis: 120,000 master's and 70,000 bachelor's graduates are entering the labor market in the coming weeks.

Apec wants to be on the front line for them,

”explains the general manager of the association, Gilles Gateau, who presented his action plan on Tuesday for executives and young graduates.

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For nearly two weeks, holders of at least a Bac + 3 will be able to follow remote workshops, web conferences and personalized coaching sessions, provided by experts from the three organizations.

This operation, entitled "

Reveal your talent

", also offers several hundred job offers, VIE missions (international volunteering in companies) and apprenticeship or professionalization contracts.


The work-study program is also a real way of access to sustainable employment, which is further encouraged by recent government measures

", believes in this regard the director general of Pôle emploi, Jean Bassères.

Source: lefigaro

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