I feel like we're seeing a lot more of Jay-Z these days. Of course he did a screening for his movie, "The Harder They Fall" and even performed. We recently saw him give some tips to a little girl who briefly interviewed Jay on the streets. And let's not forget he also received a place in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as an inductee. And now Jay is looking out for people. According to Page Six, Jay-Z’s Roc Nation will be teaming with his criminal justice advocacy organization, the Reform Alliance to host a job fair at Madison Square Garden on November 18. There will be many businesses there like Lowe's, Madison Square Garden, Amazon, Foot Locker, Live Nation, VICE, and 40/40 Club will be there to interview attendees on site. The managing director for Team Roc, Dania Diaz said the job fair is for those who want to work but haven't had the exposure or connections to the right-fit jobs. And it seems like the job fair will be very accommodating for people because. according to the site, it seems as if kids can accompany their parents. Get the details here.