For those looking to find a job, unsure of where to begin to look, local job fairs provide a great opportunity to match employers with perspective employees. Many local job fairs not only provide a common place for employers to meet with perspective candidates, but also have materials and people to coach people through writing a resume, the interview process etc. Local job fairs, events where a wide array of local employers set up booths and often provide on-the-spot interviews, can potentially take save a lot time. Further many either just entering the job market or those finding themselves recently back in it, can locate helpful resources at local job fairs. A final advantage is that local job fairs may often be specialized toward particular fields and employers, or catered toward a particular demographic, making the job search experience a little easier. The first advantage of local job fairs is the resources provided that can be crucial in landing that desired job or not. Often local job fairs will provide people who can help those in the job market either update or begin writing their resume. Having a well constructed resume is one of the most vital components in landing a job, and having a professional help in the process can be a great added value. The other main component in landing a job is often the interview, and local job fairs will often have resources and people available to coach job seekers through acing this process as well. Local job fairs often take place in convention centers, hotels, or other large meeting places where a sizable group of employers can setup. Prospective employers will often have booths or tables where information about the company that is hiring is available to job seekers. This arrangement conveniently allows job seekers to walk around a room and not only meet with an array of employers, but also gain information about employers as well. Many employers will conduct interviews at local job fairs, or at the very least be willing to set one up. This allows job seekers to gain an initial rapport and establish some background acquaintance with an employer, rather than just applying anonymously on-line or by other means.