The largest virtual careers fair is back to help thousands of LGBTQIA applicants land their dream job 


myGwork’s highly anticipated WorkFair will return on 18 October featuring hundreds of job opportunities for students and recent graduates, alongside empowering career guidance workshops and webinars.

As in previous years, WorkFair will showcase employers from companies such as Warner Bros. Discovery, Amazon, GSK, Novartis, S&P Global, Enterprise, Pfizer, Unilever, Santander, and Dorchester Collection. 

Deb Westfield, UK Recruitment Diversity Lead at GSK, said: “WorkFair 2022 was a fantastic opportunity for GSK to meet and interact directly with talented LGBT+ individuals. We had a good response to jobs advertised via the platform and great engagement during the day. Looking forward to attending again in 2023.”

WorkFair is free for all LGBTQIA students and recent graduates and can help jobseekers find inclusive and diverse workplaces to apply to. A recent study by myGwork found that two-thirds of LGBTQIA Gen Z would leave their work if they couldn’t be publicly out, showing the importance of employers who put diversity at the forefront of their brand ethos. 

“WorkFair 2023 is a great event for LGBTQ+ students and graduates – to connect and apply for their dream roles in real-time with inclusive employers of choice, where they don’t have to hide their real identity and work with pride,” explained myGwork’s co-founders Adrien and Pierre Gaubert. “As well as facilitating connections with inclusive employers, offering exciting job opportunities, it will also provide advice on how to find those top jobs, and guidance to help them thrive in their chosen careers.” 

Students and recent graduates can register to attend #WorkFair 2023 completely free of charge here

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