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Press Release: #Detroit Twitter Job Fair

Immediate Press Release


#Detroit Twitter Job Fair



JobFairGiant.com will host the #Detroit IT Twitter Job Fair on Sunday, January 17, 2016 live on Twitter from 10:00 am until 1:00 pm. JobFairGiant.com is accepting resumes for 39 Michigan companies with immediate hiring needs in the information technology industry.




Potential applicants are ask to join the twitter event using hashtag #JobFairGiant to engage with the recruiting team. The recruiting team would like to interview candidates with two or more years of information technology experience to fill positions located in Detroit, Troy, Oak Park and Novi area. Candidates strong with SQL Server queries and database design, Visual Basic.net, Microsoft Access, SSRS or Crystal Reports, HTML and CSS are encourage to participate in the Twitter Job Fair.



The JobFairGiant.com hiring team will direct message candidates that spark their interest; to coordinate a face-to-face interviews for Monday, January 18, 2016.



How to Participate In #Detroit IT Twitter Job Fair

1.      Visit JobFairGiant.com Twitter Page on January 17 between 10am and 1pm at www.twitter.com/JobFairGiant

2.      Follow the Job Fair Giant twitter page, this will allow recruiters to direct message you.

3.      Introduce yourself to the recruiting team using Hashtag #JobFairGiant

4.      Discuss your skills/experience with recruiters.



Information regarding the #Detroit IT Twitter Job Fair is available on Twitter at the@JobFairGiant page.





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