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No. You might want to bring a couple, since there will always be people on hand that might want to take a look at it, or be willing to offer you some tips...but don't plan on handing out copies of...

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Yes, please do.  It's been a while, and it's always good to get them into the hands of the recruiters again to be recent.  Plus, new recruiters are always joining the group and planning on coming this time around, and...

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Quite simply put, they went outstandingly well.  Channel 4 (NBC, ClickOnDetroit.com) showed up early at the May, 2009 event and did interviews with both us and job seekers, and then hung out for a while - you can see...

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No. The locations for our events are based on need, timing, and where we think it makes sense for them to occur.  Always keep an eye on our Events page - http://www.ITinTheD.com/meet/ - for specific locations, dates and timing.

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Keep an eye on our events page here: http://www.ITinTheD.com/meet/ for dates, times and locations of all ITintheD.com events.

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The dynamic hosts and their ability to provide top-quality recruiters and staffing agencies who know how to help get Detroit back to work - in a casual, relaxed atmosphere that promotes successful networking.  No speakers, no sales pitches, no...

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Whether you've been downsized, outsourced, pink slipped, or as Donald Trump says..."Fired!" Pink Slip Parties bring together people looking for work with recruiters and companies that are hiring.  Believe it or not, yes, even in the metro Detroit area, there...

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"Intent and scope", more than anything else. People find jobs at our casual networking events, and people come to meet other people at our Pink Slip Party events. Our Pink Slip Party events were originally a self-defense mechanism more than anything...

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This is the perfect place to network with colleagues, meet recruiters, learn about new opportunities, brush up on your interviewing skills in a relaxed, social environment and have some fun.  Plus, they work.  More than 350 people have founds...

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Tradition, more than anything else.  It was a standard that developed in many companies that "separation notices" (gotta love euphimisms...) were printed on pink slips of paper.  Hence, "getting a pink slip".

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It's a tradition that has evolved from 1910, when hundreds of unemployed workers gathered to commiserate being laid off, factories closing and the country being in a state of flux.  Sound a little familiar?  Recently, with the meltdown on...