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CAREERXCHANGE: Discover the Power of Our People

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CAREERXCHANGE: Discover the Power of Our People

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CAREEREXCHANGE
careerxchange.com
Miami • Pembroke Pines

# 2 Small Company
3-Time winner 2016 • 2015 • 2012

The power of CAREERXCHANGE® is our people. As successful talent acquisition specialists, CAREERXCHANGE® achieves competitive advantage and marketplace differentiation through its unique process of finding and selecting the right candidates for our clients. Our value proposition rests on our ability to understand and navigate the landscape of the South Florida employment marketplace better than most. This is because our ownership team is community focused and has been together since 1988. With stable leadership, direction and consistent community involvement, CAREERXCHANGE® has been successful while enduring a constantly evolving labor market.

Call us. Our team members are empowered to take action. Our owners are hands-on in every facet of our business; creating strategies, making on-the-spot decisions, responding to industry and local changes, and ensuring our clients and candidates get the exceptional service they deserve. For more information visit our website at www.careerxchange.com.

 

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