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Join us for our Thursday, February 17  "Reach Out Job Search" radio show @ 6pm EST where our topic focus will be on ‘Innovative, Unique Ideas for Jobs ’ which can be used for your job search. 
 
Our guests will include Julie Austin, Creator of Fun Job Fairs, the Create for Cash website and Inventor of Swiggies-Wrist Water Bottles at 6:15pm EST and Matt Zemon, C.E.O. of American SupportCall Center which hire for Customer Service Support Specialists to support their clients on a work-from-home basis.
 

At 6:15 PM EST our first guest will be Julie Austin, who is an award-winning writer, inventor, and multiple business owner. Her patented product, ‘Swiggies’-wrist water bottles, have been a NASDAQ product of the year semi-finalist and are currently sold in 24 countries. She has appeared on ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOXNews, along with dozens of  TV shows, magazines and radio shows around the world. Ms. Austin is a “go to” media expert in the fields of innovation and creativity.
 
Besides her popular Swiggies product,Unique Job Fairs are limited to only 100 job seekers with employers who are seeking great talent. Instead of getting 30 seconds to meet with decision makers, job seekers get 2 hours with the  Human Resourcesand/or Hiring Managers during a meet and greet event with breakout activities, food, pre-fair preparation and a 30 minute seminar on how to effective engage in job search. 
 
In addition, Ms. Austin is the author of a popular publication to learn about generating multiple streams of revenue, on Amazon.com named The Money Garden: How to Plant the Seeds for a Lifetime of Income.
 

Our guest at 7:00 pm EST will be Matt Zemon,  Chief Operating Officer of American Support. The company, based in Durham, NC specialties in  billing services, technology support, customer service call center operations and management. Uniquely, American Support offers virtual, on-site and bilingual Customer Service Specialist Support positions, both full and part-time with competitive salary, benefits and training opportunities.
 
For job seekers who are seeking a legitimate work-at-home opportunity, candidates hired with American Support would be an employee of the company -not an independent contractor- earning a competitive hourly wage from the comfort of an approved Home Office space. The company’s culture statement includes working to make lives better for Americans, our families, our clients and their subscribers while supporting our country. American Support engages in this process by hiring the right people, using the right systems, executing well, communicating clearly and adding value to our clients and their customers.
 
Other topics to be discussed in the show include an update of HR-589 The Emergency Unemployment Compensation Act of 2011, President Obama proposal to cut the Federal Deficit by cutting Pell Grants and Heat/Electric Assistance GrantsSpeaker of the House John Bohner statement on cutting Federal Workers- adding them on to the U.S. growing unemployment rate, Wisconsin Unions protest against ending state based collective bargaining agreements for public workers, Reach Out Job SearchPublic/Private Partnership to get Americas Job Seekers back to work and the latest in job search and unemployment news.
 
To call into the show for thoughts, ideas or questions on topics discussed or for our featured guests, call 347-934-0185 beginning at 6:00pm Eastern Standard Time. An online chat session will also be available during the program to connect with other listeners or to ask questions of our host-Monica RW or guests. 

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