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Thursday, October 21, 2010

Retiring Workers from the State of Michigan Will Result in a Upcoming Hiring Surge

The State of Michigan will have about 25 percent of their workforce retiring between October and December 2010. With such, Angela Shelby-Recruitment Coordinator for the State of Michigan- explains in the video below that these actions will result in a hiring surge, now.

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Within the video presentation Ms. Shelby notes that the state will need fill employment openings for assistance payment workers and master level social workers. Interested job seekers can send their resume to the Michigan Department of Civil Services at to inquire which state worker employment openings they would qualify for. 

In addition, applicants are encouraged to review the Michigan Department of Civil Service Vacancy Posting Page for positions as they become available. 

Ms. Shelby will conduct a class, on how to apply for state of Michigan Employment Opportunities, during the HiredMyWay Career Expo on Thursday, November 4. The location of the Expo will be at the Rock Financial Showplace on 46100 Grand River Avenue in Novi, Michigan

Besides the State of Michigan openings, the Expo has 28 other companies that will be in attendance, desiring to fill a number of positions. A workshop will be available during to event on how candidates can use social media to assist with job search methods. 

In an effort to stand apart from the competition applying for future employment openings, candidates can have a video resume created during the event for $19.95. For more information on the job fair, check for updates.

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