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Press Release: 50 Michigan Employers Seek To Fill 500 Perfect Jobs at Troy Job Expo #PrefectJob

50 Michigan Employers Seek To Fill 500 Perfect Jobs at Troy Job Expo

More than 50 Michigan employers will try to fill more than 500 positions at what’s being called Oakland County’s largest job expo May 29 at the Troy Met Hotel.

The expo, called Hired in Detroit Perfect Job Expo, will connect thousands of candidates with employers to experience the perfect job interview. Job applicants will participate in 20-minute interviews to happen throughout the day of the event with local and national recruiters. will have recruiter booths for each company where they can meet with walk-up candidates that day.

Participating companies include Quicken Loans Inc., Elite MerchantServices, First Financial Group, Waddell and Reed, New York Life, HTC GlobalServices, Global Information Technology and Walden University and more companies.

At the all-day event, job seekers will receive information about how much money you need to retire – experts from Morgan Stanley will be available to answer questions, and the opportunity to attend free workshops especially for job seekers topics include resume writing, job interview techniques, how-to search for jobs, spring interview clothing do’s and don’ts, how to rejoin the workforce for people recently laid off, fast track educational opportunities and many more topics.

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Recap: Hired in Detroit Perfect Job Expo – May 29, 2014 from 9:00am-3:00pm at The Met Hotel address 5500 Crooks Road, Troy, Michigan.


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