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Black Virtual Career Fair (BVCF) is hosting its spring fair on March 25, from noon to 4 p.m. ET BVCF virtual career fairs match Black professionals with exciting career opportunities at forward-thinking and inclusion-minded companies. The fair offers more than 1,000 job opportunities nationwide in various industries including health care and tech.

According to data and various articles, when looking at the total workforce in the U.S., Black women account for 7% of the population, but makeup 12% of minimum wage earners. In addition, of C-suite leaders today, 21% are women and just 1% are Black women.

BVCF provides Black professionals with free services, resources, and tools to assist with the entire job search process. Employers can review resumes and post jobs. Candidates, recruiters and hiring managers interact in real time via audio, video and text chat during the fair.

Go to for more information.