(WXYZ) - If you're looking for work, a couple of events in metro Detroit could help you end the search.
Adecco , one of the world's biggest temporary staffing firms, is holding a careerathon at Wayne State University Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
It will include job search advice, resume tips, mock interviews and networking opportunities.
It's part of Adecco's global way to work campaign, designed to address youth unemployment.
Freedom Hill is also hosting a job fair that could be your ticket to a paycheck that comes with concerts.
The fair is Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Amphitheater on Metro Parkway in Sterling Heights.
Freedom Hill is looking to hire up to 300 people in a variety of positions for the summer concert season.
You are asked to complete an online application at freedom hill's website before the fair: http://freedomhill.net/jobs-and-staffing/
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