Friday, December 14, 2012 at 1:25 AM
Virtual job fairs are gaining momentum in parts of the country. They're considered more efficient and convenient than traditional, in-person job fairs with their long lines and, often, long travel. These online employment events often target particular industries - from hotel work to high tech. One that started earlier this year in Northeast Ohio helps fill jobs in the region's bio-medical industry. ideastream's Rick Jackson spoke with Kolby Day, a Vice President at Arteriocyte, an eight-year-old stem cell research firm in MidTown Cleveland, and with Caitlyn Smith, who found her job at Arteriocyte using the Biomedical Job Fair.
Please follow our community discussion rules when composing your comments.