Phoenix, AZ

Don't miss DiversityX virtual hiring event

Alistair Dominguez
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PHOENIX, AZ — Whether you're actively seeking or just interested, check for fresh opportunities at companies near you by participating in DiversityX virtual hiring event on July 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. You will have the opportunity to speak with hiring managers immediately, receive instant feedback on your CV and get hired on the spot.

DiversityX links minority candidates with employers who look for diversity in their companies. Their event assists Black Americans, Latinx, Asian-Americans, Native Americans, women, people with disabilities and LGBTQIA+ people in finding their next job.

The new virtual events perform equally as well as their live events. At the one-of-a-kind online event, you'll be able to connect with more employers than ever before, and as a plus, you can do it from the comfort of your home.

The virtual platform prioritizes employment creation. Jobs may be found and filtered by industry, commitment, perks and other factors. Find opportunities that interest you, meet virtually with corporate representatives and do one-on-one interviews with them.

Not only will remote jobs be available at the virtual hiring event, in-person positions are also available based on the location specified in the event name (for example, the Austin Virtual Hiring Event). Companies that take part in virtual hiring events may have several job vacancies in various locations.

Any major, up-to-date internet browser, such as Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Microsoft Edge, can be used to access the virtual recruiting event. You must register directly on DiversityX website ( You will receive an email with a link to attend the virtual hiring event seven days, 24 hours, and two hours prior to the event after you have registered.

All job seekers are welcome to attend this event for free.

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