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Immediate Press Release: Detroit Employers Ready To Interview at Career Expo May 25



Immediate Press Release
May 19, 2016
Media Contact: Maria Westwood, JobFairGiant.com maria@jobfairgiant.com, 734-956-4550 ext1

Detroit Employers Ready To Interview at Career Expo May 25
Detroit, Michigan – Whether hoping to find a fresh spring start, a better job, or a new career direction, job seekers will find a wealth of exciting opportunities at this free job fair. A variety of employers from several cities in Michigan will be eager to hire for immediate openings in a wide range of fields. JobFairGiant.com and Sion Recruitment are hosting the Hired in Michigan Career Expo on May 25th, from 9:00 to 3:00 at the Edward Village Hotel located at 600 Town Center Drive, Dearborn, Michigan.

Participating Employers includes: Securitas Security Services, Hurricane Facility Maintenance, Checkers Hamburgers, NAPA Auto Parts, Universal Truckload, International Trucking School, Jax Kar Wash, Midwest Dental, Little Caesars Pizza, Check n Go, Mass Mutual Michigan Metro, Indian Trails, Glacier Hills Senior Living Community, OpenMarket, Detroit Travel Center, LGC Hospitality, Stratosphere Quality, ITT Technical Institute, Proper Group International, 700 Credit, Workbox Staffing, Presbyterian Village of Michigan, Cochran Brothers Dist Inc., Optimized RX, Dish Network,  Direct TV, Precision Coatings, Tomra of North America, E.W. Grobbel Sons, Inc., Karmanos Cancer Institute, Great Lakes Spine & Orthopedics, Big Boy Restaurants, LaJoy Group, LeCom Communications, Goodman Networks, GTA Professional Services, Prudential, Nations Lending Corporation and many more companies.  

"Events like the Hired in Michigan Career Expo, which connect Metro Detroit’s talented workers with employers looking to hire, are a critical part of our efforts to strengthen the Michigan workforce economy," Outreach Director CJ Eason said. "By supporting and hosting this job fair, JobFairGiant.com is helping to build a stronger, more flourishing Michigan.

From financial services companies to information technology firms; radio stations; banking facilities, retail stores; restaurants; engineering firms, hotels; law enforcement; healthcare and nursing; security agencies; manufacturers; and other service related companies are expected to be on hand. The companies at the Hired in Michigan Career Expo are located in communities spanning, Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties. This event offers free parking and entry for job seekers planning to attend.

Employer registration is still available. Details available online, go to www.jobfairgiant.com. Employers may contact event contact Maria Westwood at 734-956-4550 or email westwood@jobfairgiant.com.

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