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Bring a CV and meet employers, temp agencies and professional training groups on special train touring France this month

A SPECIAL train allowing jobseekers to find work, submit their CV and be interviewed on the spot is touring France this month.

The Train de l'Egalité des Chances will be manned by representatives from key French employers including SNCF, Orange, AXA Insurance, La Poste and the army - who will have a list of temporary and permanent job vacancies.

The Pôle Emploi and temping agencies such as Manpower will also be present and professional training body AFPA will offer advice on picking up new skills.

No booking is necessary - jobseekers just have to turn up at the station where the train is parked with CVs. Interviews take place in the train carriages themselves - and there will also be a series of free conferences on finding work.

Candidates can look at the list of vacancies online at the Train Emploi website.

The train will be in the Paris Gare de l'Est today between 9.00 and 18.00 before setting off on its circuit of France, returning to the Gare du Nord on March 31.

It will be stop at the following stations:
Rennes (March 17)
Tours (18)
Clermont-Ferrand (19)
Bordeaux (20)
Toulouse (22)
Marseille (23)
Lyon (24)
Dijon (25)
Strasbourg (29)
Lille (30)

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