The main options for persons without a bachelors degree are in clothes manufacturing (1,963), constructions (1,403), investigation and protection (748), insurance and reinsurance (520), food industry (444), transportation (345) and retail (340), NewsIn informs.

University graduates can choose to work in insurance, reinsurance and pensions (145), auxiliary activities for financial intermediaries (134), constructions (69), food and beverages (23) architecture and engineering (21) and wholesale (17). The main jobs offered are financial counselor (103), financial consultant (41), insurance inspector (32) and economist (13). A total 180 jobs go to engineers in the textile, chemical, wood processing and construction industries.

Out of the total 11,345 vacancies to be put up at the job fair, some 2,138 are in Bucharest.

However, head of light industry union FEPAIUS Maria Grapini recently declared that the number of employees in the textile industry that could be dismissed this year could stand at 60,000.

Several companies could even exit the market, according to Grapini. Some 300,000 people were working in the textile industry at the end of 2008. However, the number of employees was cut by 150,000 people in the past three years.

Romania's textile industry reported constant decreases during the last three years, of about 6-7 percent a year due to the evolution of the euro and to the liberalization of the world textile commerce, the executive president of FEPAIUS declared at the beginning of the month.