Here's an unusual jobs-related item that came via e-mail: A job fair in the US for those looking to move to India. Includes booths for journalism jobs at the Hindustan Times, a general-interest daily and Mint, a Delhi-based business launched by SAJAers Raju Narisetti (now managing editor of the Washington Post), S. Mitra Kalita (now an editor at WSJ in NYC) and others with U.S. connections who moved temporarily or permanently to India.
From: Helena Podgorniak <email@example.com>Shine.com, a career portal of Hindustan Times Media Ltd., is pleased to announce US Job Fair 2010 - a Job & Relocation Fair in US to be held over 2 weekends in August and September, reaching out to NRIs looking for job opportunities in India. The fair will be held in New Jersey & California.
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2010 13:50:25
Subject: India Calling! US Job Fair 2010 - Journalism Jobs In India Available!
Greetings from Shine.com!
- 28th and 29th August at Raritan Exposition Centre, Edison, NJ
- 3rd and 4th September at Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
The job fair will witness participation from eminent corporates across different sectors, looking to hire professionals with work experience in the US. To facilitate your relocation back to India, the fair will also feature participation from world class housing and relocation service providers from India.
Participating companies include Amazon, RBS, Unisys, IBM, Sapient, Jubilant Technologies, Airbus, HCL, Akamai, Global Logic, Mancer, Cybage, Gen X, CSS-Support, Cap Gemini, Google, Mint, HT Media, Zyme, Accenture, ABB, among others.
Make the best of this opportunity by walking into any of the 2 fairs on the given dates. You can visit the official website of India Calling at http://indiacalling.shine.com for further details and to register yourself to get pre-shortlisted by various companies.
The job fair is being presented to you by Shine.com, India's leading career portal from HT Media. HT Media is India's 2nd largest media house - directly reaching out to more than 45 million people everyday through newspapers, radio stations & online properties.
We look forward to welcoming you to India!
P.S. for any query, please call 1-800-JUST-DIAL, or email us at indiacalling at shine.com
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