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Candidate Success Story: Kevin

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1 month after the initial telephone interview, Kevin has made a cross-country trek traveling nearly 3,000 miles from Philadelphia, PA to Seattle, WA. He is settling into his new position, making new friends, and feeling challenged. He is already learning new technology tools, and his employer is paying for his continuing education technology certification.

Candidate Success Story: Jeff

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Jeff moved his family 2,058 miles from San Francisco, CA to St. Louis, MO. They discovered that they could buy a bigger home for their growing family in St. Louis, and were immediately welcomed into the community. 3 years later, Jeff’s children have made new friends, are excelling in school, and Jeff has been promoted within his department.

Resume Critique FREE Resume Critique

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Does your resume effectively communicate your strengths and expertise? Does your resume stand out from the rest? Is your resume getting you the results you want in your career search?

E-Discovery Consulting Firms

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If you’re not interested in pursuing a Management career path, or have climbed the ladder as high as you feasibly can with your current employer, Electronic Discovery Consulting can offer many new challenges.

Top 250 AM Law Firms

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Gone are the days of attorneys showing up to court with banker boxes of paper evidence. The outcomes of many large and expensive trials now hinge upon a Litigation Support Professional’s ability to properly preserve, collect, process, and produce forensic evidence.