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Virtual job fair is set for Thursday – register here

Millions of job seekers attend career fairs to learn about opportunities each year. Now many will have a similar experience at home from a computer or smartphone. 

State Farm is hosting its first ever virtual career fair for applicants to learn about jobs the company hopes to fill this year.

The nation’s largest insurer needs thousands of employees in claims, underwriting, technology and customer care.

“This virtual fair allows candidates to visit virtual booths and chat with recruiters to discuss specific jobs, locations, and benefits, similar to attending in person,” said Alana O’Neal, Talent Acquisition Specialist at State Farm. “It allows State Farm to inform job seekers about our thousands of job opportunities annually and attract more talent to the organization to serve customers.”

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Salaries are competitive based on position and location. All jobs, full or part time, come with benefits including health insurance, tuition reimbursement, 401k and pension.

The positions are primarily located in: Murfreesboro, TN and Atlanta, GA;  with more jobs in Illinois, Arizona, Texas, Washington, Virginia, Ohio and Colorado.

The virtual career fair is Thursday July 11th, 2019 from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. Interested applications are encouraged to register  at https://statefarm.easyvirtualfair.com/prefair/

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