The City and County of San Francisco is generally placed in a category by itself in terms of geography and culture even within the Bay Area, and is known locally as "The City." It is separated by water from the north, west and east, and by a county line from its neighbor cities to the South. San Francisco has long served as the cultural, financial and urban center of the region. For most of the Bay Area's history, it was the key population center. However, the limitations of the size of the county (47 square miles, making it the second most densely populated major city in the United States after New York City) constrained the growth of the city and, since the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, other cities and counties have received the larger share of population growth. Despite these limitations, San Francisco has a larger commuter and daytime population than any other city in the Bay Area.
18th Annual HIREvent in San Francisco
This annual job fair will be held on December 3, 2013. Those who reside in San Francisco, California are urged to update their resumes and bring plenty of copies to the job fair being held at Hotel Whitcomb, 1231 Market Street in San Francisco. Proper business attire is highly suggested as first impressions are long lasting. Those who are interested need to show up early. The even begins at 12 pm and ends at 4 pm. This allocated four hours to rub elbows and interview with many different companies seeking a workforce.
As always log onto to bayarea.localhelpwanted.net for job leads, news, and employees.