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Prudence in Winner

Ms. Prudence Rowe was all smiles as she received her prize (Dinner voucher for two), when her résumé was declared the best by the 2008 Job Expo’ Committee.

The Job Expo’ is an annual event where job seekers are provided the opportunity to meet employers seeking to fill vacancies. This year’s event was held on March 11th 2008, and Jobseekers were requested to submit their résumés to selected Employers. Employers were then asked to select the most outstanding résumé for the Job Expo’ Committee. A shortlist of résumés was compiled and Ms. Prudence Rowe’s résumé was selected as the best in terms of layout, content, presentation of skills, previous knowledge and experience.

Two other jobseekers, Ms Kimberley Headley and Mr. Martin Miller, received vouchers for their participation in the Job Expo’ quiz.
All persons attending the Job Expo’ had the opportunity to enter a quiz comprising questions relating to the world of work. The first two correct entry forms which were selected during the draw were awarded the prizes.


Published: Thursday, 15th May, 2008





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