'Hired in Detroit' job fair is Wednesday

Published On: Sep 24 2013 08:10:17 AM EDT
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DETROIT -

Employers from the metro area will be ready to meet and interview candidates on Wednesday for experienced and entry-level career opportunities.

Participating companies at the "Hired in Detroit" job fair want to hire 500 job seekers for management, engineering, sales, human resource, technology, retail, restaurant, healthcare, security, call center, technical, skilled trades, plumbing, manufacturing, general labor, rehab, homecare, caregivers and many other career fields.

The job fair is free for all job seekers to attend with complimentary parking. Resume-writing experts will be onsite to offer free resume evaluations.

Candidates are encouraged to dress in interviewing clothing. 

Candidates who want to participate can submit their resume at JobFairGiant.com for early interviewing. 

Participating companies include:  93.1 Doug FM, First Financial Insurance Group, McDonald’s, 96.3 WDVD, AFLAC Insurance, Cintas, Senior Helpers, Mortgage Builder, Cumulus Media, WJR 760 AM Radio, Art Van Furniture, Intrepid Control Systems, Measurement Inc., Multiband USA, Direct TV, Novo 1, Three Star Trucking, Little Caesars Fundraising Program, Speedway Stores, Dorsey Schools, The Art Institute, HTC Global Services, New York Life Insurance and many other companies.......

Job fair details:

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

9:00 a.m.-  3:00 p.m.

Doubletree Hotel

5801 Southfield Service Drive, Detroit, Michigan

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