This 11th-annual event is open to all interested job seekers at no charge.
Employers still can register for the event until Monday.
Steve Sturgill, operations director for Workforce Connections, said the fair is for everyone - unemployed, those wishing to change careers or those just looking for information about a company.
"All are welcome, and we encourage people to show up," Sturgill said. "We would like to be able to have people there all day long. Normally, we have a rush in the morning when it opens up and toward the end of the day it slacks off. Employers are so busy at the beginning they don't actually get to talk to the people they want to talk to."
Sturgill said he believes there will be a good turnout.
"We hope people will come and be a part of it," he said.
Employers already registered for the event include: Hill View Retirement Center, U.S. Army, Norfolk Southern, Scioto County ABLE, Hometown Broadcasting, American Electric Power, U.S. Marines, Scioto County CTC, CareSource, Ohio Army National Guard, Scioto Residential Services, Reliable Staffing, Masco, Ohio River Valley Juvenile Center, JAGS Inc., Goodwill Industries, Tupperware, Crystal Care Center, Roberta's Tax Service, Scioto County Senior Employment, Southern State Community College, APX Consulting Group, Interim Health Care, The Caring Advantage, Frontier Community Services, Maxine's Gallery, Smith's Drugs, Primerica, Veolia Environmental Services and USEC Inc.
For more information, contact Luanne Valentine, adult program supervisor at Workforce Connections, at (740) 354-7545.
DEBORAH DANIELS can be reached at (740) 353-3101, ext. 234.