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Hiring Employment Referral Agents

Hiring Employment Referral Agent

You’re standing in line at BiggBy Coffee and over hear someone say they are looking for better employment. In our daily commute we constantly interact with people seeking career changes, recent college graduates, operations managers, office receptionist, clinic nurses, friends and family. It seems you are always telling people about great job opportunities in Michigan. Last week, your friend Judy started a new sales position with Harvard Drug Group “you should get paid for referrals”. Being a good samaritan can be rewarding with; we want to pay you to refer us new employment candidates.

Almost everyone has a Twitter, Facebook or Linkedin account and sharing information is a great way to build your friend connections. We want to pay you to tell-a-friend about our monthly job fair events and great career opportunities in the local area. Sounds Simple? It is easy for you to earn money doing what you love surfing the internet and networking with people. Finally, you can get paid to share information.

This morning Derrick was updating his Facebook status while enjoying a beverage at Burger King and reading, he decided to post “Troy Job Fair happening February 27th submit your resume now at be the first to interview at the job fair”. 

Hundreds of his friends shared with other friends within 45 minutes Derrick earned $ 20.00 for sharing our information with friends. Rachel a full-time insurance agent with First Financial was waiting to meet a potential client at Del Taco and discovered she had a few extra minutes to tweet “Are you looking for a new JOB? Big! Job Fair happening February 27 in Troy, Michigan. Submit your resume at”. After the meeting Rachel noticed hundreds of people retweeted her status within 2-hours and she earn $ 50.00. That’s $ 25.00 hourly to share information with friends, followers, fans and family.

Why not get paid to share information? Right now, you share hundreds of photos and topics on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and alike for free. This is your opportunity to get paid for sharing information.

If you want to become an Employment Referral Agent submit your resume to 

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