Peoria, Ariz. - Whether stepping out into the career world for the first time or looking to change careers, job hunting has the potential to be an exciting time of discovering how to combine passion and opportunities in the marketplace. A podcast series, On the Job: From Hired to Retired, presented by Express Employment Professionals, a top leader of staffing solutions in Peoria, AZ, features inspiring stories of real people and their career journeys, including what they learned along the way.
The seven-episode series features individuals in different stages of employment. Topics range from how technical high schools prepare students for professions to how one person balances two very different jobs, and everything in between.
“It is inspiring to hear about the journeys people have taken in their careers to get where they are and what challenges they overcame,” said Bob Funk, Founder and CEO of Express Employment Professionals.
"Everyone can relate to the stories we share in this podcast series. Listeners may be encouraged to finally go after their dream job, see the potential in their current position or find a new opportunity they may not have seen before."
The second series of podcasts from the provider of staffing in Peoria, AZ, has started with the episodes “The Second Act: From Dentist in China to LA Musician” and “Mazel Tov: Stories from a Late-In-Life Rabbi.”
On the Job: From Hired to Retired is available on iTunes or anywhere listeners find their favorite podcasts.
The Peoria Express office is located at 8345 W Thunderbird Rd #B-107, Peoria, AZ 85381. Any applicants or local businesses can stop by the office, visit online at www.expresspros.com/PeoriaAZ, or call (623) 889-2800.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Locally owned and operated, Express Employment Professionals in Peoria, AZ is a Full-Service Staffing Agency that continually exceeds expectations by providing services to companies in our community while also helping job seekers find employment.
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