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I would really like to encourage you to contact or go into your local AppleOne location. The representatives really want to assist you not to just "get a job", but get you on the career path of YOUR CHOICE.

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How Flexible Are YOU?

Staying flexible isn't just sound physical advise; mental flexibility is the key to remaining a successful temporary associate. For example, the more flexible your schedule, the more likely you are to get that "choice" assignment. That means keeping your schedule open, your answering machine on and checking it frequently. If you have a beeper, keep it on and make sure your Account Executive has the number. Staying in contact with your AppleOne Account Executive is the key to landing the kinds of positions you are looking for.

But being flexible doesn't stop there. As a temporary associate on assignment, you are one of the most flexible people around. You are able to change duties, responsibilities, supervisors, even locations at a moment's notice.

Every assignment expands your "comfort zone" and helps you become a more flexible employee. Remaining flexible will open doors you might not have previously considered, allowing for continued growth throughout your career.

At times, this constant change can be trying, you may like to view some of the helpful hints we've learned from other temporary associates in the field:

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I was not expecting much of my appointment with AppleOne after going to so many agencies and experiencing the same thing, but I was pleasantly surprised. The staff was great and I felt that I was truly heard and understood in terms of what I need in a full-time employment opportunity. The staff didn't brush me off and give me the same old speech, "We'll be in touch." Honestly, I think this will be the place that finds the right position for me that will bring me fulfillment and success! Call them now and make your appointment today!

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