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  • Express News Express Beats Record 2016 Growth by 8% Year-to-Date OKLAHOMA CITY - 07/31/2017 Express Employment Professionals hit $1.86 billion in sales at the end of July 2017, 8 percent ahead of the same period in 2016. At its current growth rate, the company is projected to end the year with an all-time high of $3.3 billion in sales.
    7-24-2017-Calgary - World Champion 6-Horse Hitch-thumbnail Express Clydesdales Clinch World Champion Six-Horse Hitch at Calgary Stampede OKLAHOMA CITY - 07/13/2017 In their 14th appearance at the prestigious Calgary Stampede Heavy Horse competition in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, the decorated Express Clydesdales of Express Employment Professionals emerged as the Six-Horse Hitch World Champions. 
    WEB15CTA_150x100_ExpressNews Apprenticeships Executive Order to Help Close Skills Gap OKLAHOMA CITY - 06/15/2017 President Donald  J. Trump took aim at closing the skills gap Thursday with the signing of an executive order intended to expand federally funded apprenticeship programs.
    WEB15CTA_150x100_ExpressNews Introducing On the Job Podcast Series OKLAHOMA CITY - 06/15/2017 Whether you are stepping out into the career world for the first time or looking to change careers, job hunting has the potential to be an exciting time of discovering how to combine passion and opportunities in the marketplace.
    WEB15CTA_150x100_ExpressNews A Recruitment War is Coming OKLAHOMA CITY - 05/23/2017 For a decade, America has been a tale of two economies: a strong one for skilled workers and a worrisome, poor one for workers without skills.