HUNDREDS of people took the chance to try and seek a new career at The Argus jobs fair.

Dozens of exhibitors packed into the Brighton Dome to show what opportunities they had on offer and the crowds turned up to find out.

Among those who exhibited were Sussex Police, Brighton and Hove Buses, Chailey Heritage, the RAF and BodyShop at Home.

Editor Arron Hendy said: “I want to say a big thank you to all the exhibitors who joined with us to make the jobs fair happen.

“It was a great occasion to help them showcase the careers they have on offer in a great spot in the centre of Brighton.

“Importantly it has given lots of people fresh ideas on where to make their next career move.

“Youngsters and everyone who wants to get an exciting job deserve all the help they can get and there were some great opportunities from some fantastic employers.

“Good luck to all of those who came along.

The other exhibitors were Arundel Care Services, MetLife, Hanover Displays, Hove College, St John’s School and College, Black Sheep Utilities, Partridge House, Southdown Housing Association, Learning People, Staff Now, Peter Dean Care, APM Group, Skills Training UK, Greater Brighton Met, Carewatch, Utility Warehouse, Compass Children’s Homes, Assurity Consulting Services. Partylite, Lloyds Bank and Avtrade.

If you missed the chance then contact the employers about opportunities or come to the next jobs fair, expected to be held in October.