career fair Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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career fairnoun [C]

uk   us   (also UK careers fair)
HR an ​event at which ​people looking for a ​job can ​meet possible ​employers: The school ​organized a two-day ​careerfair involving 65 ​companies.
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