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Detroit Job Fair April 27, 2012 (Press Release)


IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE
Attention: Newsroom
Release Date: April 1 – 28, 2012


Hired In Michigan Career Expo
Troy, MI
Date Event: April 27, 2012
The “Hired In Michigan” Career Expo sponsored by JobFairGiant.com and Sion Recruitment., scheduled for April 27, 2012, at the Marriott Hotel-Troy is committed to making this one-of–a-kind FREE career expo a success for Michigan employers and job seekers.

Hiring employers include Metlife, T-Mobile, Workforce Software, Grass America, IGate Patni, United Road, Griffin Pest Solutions, Motor City Electric Co., Hansons Windows & Siding, Aflac Insurance and many other companies that we guaranteed have immediate hiring needs.

This hiring event, sponsored by JobFairGiant.com and Sion Recruitment is being held to promote hiring in Michigan. Due to the economic decline job seekers believe that companies are not hiring in Metro Detroit the “Hired In Michigan” Career Expo plans to change this negative perception. Over 50 companies are ready to interview and hire candidates in several career fields. Metro Detroit is experiencing a hiring bonanza our goal is simply on April 27th hire Michigan job seekers.

April 27, 2012
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Marriott Hotel
200 West Big Beaver Road
Troy, MI  

For more information: Businesses interested in registering for career expo should contact Maria Westwood, Director, JobFairGiant.com at westwood@jobfairgiant.com or 734-956-4550.
Additional expo information is available at www.JobFairGiant.com

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