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Frequently asked questions

Do I need to register to attend the fair?

No, you do not need to register to participate and all activities are free of charge for everyone. The only activities where you need to register are to participate in workshops, career counselling, job interview practice and adapting application documents.

Are the workshops recorded?

No, the workshops are not recorded and cannot be reviewed later. If you would like to participate in a workshop you are interested in, you will need to register in advance. Registration starts on 12 September and places are limited. If you are keen to attend a workshop, please sign up for the newsletter to be among the first to see the workshops and register

How can I participate in a workshop or meet a career specialist?

If you would like to participate, you will need to book an appointment in advance. You can do this conveniently on the dedicated service on this website from 12 September. You will receive an automatic notification to your email address confirming your registration. We will be using Microsoft Teams for the online meeting and a camera and microphone are essential. You can also take part in the career counselling by phone if you wish.

When can I access job vacancies?

Job vacancies will open on the first day of the fair, 20 September. Job vacancies will be available all over Estonia and you can contact employers here on the same website. If you want to be among the first to see the vacancies, subscribe to the newsletter so you can find the best job for you.

How do I contact employers?

You can send your application and documents to many employers here on the same website. When you find a job advertisement that suits you, check if there is a form to fill in immediately. Some employers, however, prefer you to send everything you need by e-mail.

How can I participate in a career seminar?

You will be able to follow the careers seminar online on the fair website on 23 September. The webcast will be available in Estonian, Russian and English. There will also be sign-language interpretation and written translation into Estonian. You can find out more about the schedule and speakers soon!

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