Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the “Career Days” of the Public Employment Service (DYPA), held for the fourth time in Thessaloniki
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis attended at the “Career Days” of the Public Employment Service (DYPA), he talked to prospective employees and wished them well in achieving their goals, while he also discussed with company representatives about the profiles of the candidates they are looking for.
It is noted that the number of jobs exceeds 2,700 in a wide range of specialties and specialization levels.
DYPA organizes for the fourth time an event in Thessaloniki which aims to facilitate unemployed jobseekers or employees looking for new professional development prospects to talk directly with representatives of companies from different sectors of economic activity looking for staff, without a pre-arranged appointment.
More than 3,500 intervieweds have already taken place in the last 24 hours while the participating companies are active in various industries such as IT, wholesale and retail, medical services, energy and e-mobility, entertainment, logistics, telecommunications, customer service, food industries, agricultural products, cables, cement , elevators, packaging, paper, furniture, construction products, cosmetics, fabric and clothing, mining and technical works, works, insulation, metal constructions, aluminum constructions, etc.
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