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RAW Digital Talent - Digital Careers Fair - 2018

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Hear from people working in tech around the North East and see what it takes to get in 

The Digital careers fair a fantastic opportunity for any young person who is looking to get into the digital tech sector. We have 100’s of jobs vacancies in IT, digital and tech. It is FREE to attend. There is also a chance to speak to some of the UK’s biggest employers; Tombola, PWC, Media Works plus many more.

The day will be also be an opportunity for young people ages 16-25 to learn about the exciting digital and tech sector growth in our region, through guests speakers. 

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