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Press Release October 9, 2007

Press Release

October 9, 2007

Marilyn J. Ounjian, founder and CEO of CareersUSA® to Speak at Nova Southeastern University's H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business

Boca Raton, FL —Marilyn J. Ounjian, founder and CEO of CareersUSA, will be speaking at Nova Southeastern University's H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship on Oct.15 as part of the Business School's Distinguished Lecture Series.

Ounjian's lecture, Tough Times Don't Last…Tough People Do, will feature her personal story about the roads she traveled to arrive where she is today — a successful, entrepreneur/business owner of the 26-year-old, nationally acclaimed staffing firm CareersUSA. Suggestions on how to become a successful entrepreneur will also be offered.

Despite adversity, Ounjian was able to carve a distinct niche in the staffing industry with the company she built from her kitchen table in 1981. By 1988, CareersUSA was recognized by Inc. Magazine as "One of America's Fastest Growing Companies." In Florida, Ounjian has enjoyed accolades that include the South Florida Business Journal's 2005 Business Woman and Business of the Year awards, and being a regional finalist for Ernst & Young's 2007 Entrepreneur of the Year.

Ounjian is looking forward to speaking at Nova Southeastern University, because, she says, "I feel it's important for the business community to set an example and to inspire others to succeed."

Past distinguished lecturers include: Jack Welch, Larry Bossidy, The Honorable Clarence Thomas, Robert L. Johnson, Alan Potamkin, Ronald Bergeron, Stephen A. Ross, Ph.D., and H. Wayne Huizenga.

About The Distinguished Lecture Series
The Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) was established by Dean Randolph A. Pohlman to inspire students by giving them a glimpse into the minds of successful and outstanding entrepreneurs and business leaders. Lecturers articulate lessons learned and provide insight into the often complex business world. Students and the business community benefit from discussions ranging from business ethics to the practical application of academic theory. The general format of the DLS is a presentation, followed by questions and answers, or the speaker may simply "tell their story" followed by a Q&A. Initially created for students, the DLS has grown to include undergraduate and graduate students, faculty members, business leaders and distinguished members of the community.

About CareersUSA
For 26 years, CareersUSA, a leading national staffing firm headquartered in Boca Raton, Fla., has provided exceptional temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire staffing services to businesses in a wide-range of industries while offering exciting career opportunities to skilled professionals throughout the country. To learn more about this award winning staffing firm, visit
www.careersusa.com.

CareersUSA and Marilyn J. Ounjian, the firm's founder and chief executive officer, have received numerous accolades over the years, including: being named a regional finalist for the 2007 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, winning six top diversity business awards in 2006 by DiversityBusiness.com, being named 2005 Business and Business Woman of the Year by the South Florida Business Journal, and being recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Private Companies by Inc. magazine.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Scott Heinbach
Director of Corporate Communications
(561) 995-7000

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