PICTURE SLIDESHOW: 85,000 people visit Milton Keynes Job Show

An impressive 85,000 people visited the MK Job Show last week - a 27 per cent increase on 2014.

The two-day event was opened by city MPs Mark Lancaster and Iain Stewart and showcased the city’s best employment and training opportunities.

Natalie Pluck, Jenny Wilson and Siobhan Standen at the MK Job Show.

Natalie Pluck, Jenny Wilson and Siobhan Standen at the MK Job Show.

James Waugh, Centre Director: “The quality of the job show speaks for itself with a 27% increase in attendees against last year.

“We are in a very unusual position to be able to attract the regions biggest and best employers to the event, showcasing what they can offer to people of all ages.

“We believe people looking for a career change, promotion or new challenge cannot afford to miss it and look forward to welcoming it back in September this year”.