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Press Release: Detroit Job Fair Targets Experience Candidates


Attention: Newsroom

Release Date: February 1-28, 2013

Detroit Professionals Career Fair Targets Experience And Graduate Candidates

Professionals Career Fair sponsored by, scheduled for Thursday, February 28, 2013, at the Dearborn-Doubletree Hotel will link experience candidates, college graduates, entry-level and veterans with local and national employers.

Over 50 companies are ready to interview and hire. Potential candidates will participate in brief interview-screening with employers it is mandatory job seekers dress for success.

The mission of the Detroit Career Fair is to link candidates with career opportunities; hiring employers have worthwhile positions to fill immediately. 
"Our goal is to change the culture of job seekers by enforcing a strict no entry policy for candidates that refuse to take the hiring process serious. Our clients are corporations that look to hire dynamic candidates that want to dress for success and have a formal resume to present to recruiters. We can’t accept anything less from job seekers in a competitive job market." said CJ Eason, Community Outreach Director of
Candidates who wish to participate are invited to submit their resumes at for early consideration; participating employers are reviewing candidate resumes before job fair. Call for employer details at 734-956-4550

Candidates ready to interview and move forward in the hiring process should attend the Detroit Professionals Career Fair on February 28th.

AFLAC Insurance
The Harvard Drug Group
Applebee's Restaurants
Shelving and Rack Systems
Lender Live
Quicken Loans
General Linen
Dart Appraisal
Reino Linen  
Trinity Transportation
Estate Preservation Group  
Republic Services
Ferpal Construction
AmeriCare Staffing
Colonial Life Insurance
C*Mac Transportation
And many more 

Detroit Professionals Career Fair

February 28, 2013

9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Doubletree Hotel

5801 Southfield Service Drive., Detroit, Michigan 48228

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