Hundreds of students hunted for their future jobs at Thompson-Boling arena on Tuesday.
More than 170 corporate employers, from Amazon to Pepsi, set up shop looking for new full-time, entry-level employees and internship candidates.
The fall job fair is typically UT's largest every year. It gives students a chance to speak with several potential employers in the same place.
Students say the job fair is a great opportunity.
"This is the one that attracts all the big names. It's got all companies that are looking for the biggest, diverse crowd, and I think this is where people kinda stand out to them more, because when you have 100 people coming in to interview for a couple positions, you tend to notice one more than the other, I think," said Taylor Fullerton, a UT senior.
UT will host another big job fair in the spring semester.