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ON THE JOB Episode 3: Forget the Big City … It's the Country Life for Me

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.28.18

Listen now to “On the Job” Episode 3: Forget the Big City … It’s the Country Life for Me

The new installment of the weekly podcast from Express Employment Professionals is entitled, “Forget the Big City … It’s the Country Life for Me.”

Katelyn and Brendan Foley had enough of the corporate rat-race in New York City, so they packed-up and headed for the Hudson Valley to begin new lives as farmers. In just two short years, they started their own business, the Hoofprint Cheese Company, while still working day jobs to pay the bills. Follow along as this young couple works to turn the Hoofprint Cheese Company into their full-time dream.

“On the Job” celebrates the journey of hard-working men and women across America as they work to make the American dream their reality. In season 2 of the podcast from Express Employment Professionals, you’ll share their ups and downs, triumphs and challenges, and the oftentimes winding roads that lead them to find satisfaction, earn a living, and define who they are within their communities and the world beyond.

Listen to Episode 3 above or download it and subscribe to future episodes of “On The Job” on iHeartiTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts.

ON THE JOB Season 2: A Weekly Podcast Showcasing Hardworking AMERICAN Heroes

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.14.18

Join us for the Season Two premier of “On the Job,” a weekly podcast from Express Employment Professionals.

“On the Job” celebrates the journey of hard-working men and women across America as they work to make the American dream their reality. In season 2 of the podcast from Express Employment Professionals, you’ll share their ups and downs, triumphs and challenges, and the oftentimes winding roads that lead them to find satisfaction, earn a living, and define who they are within their communities and the world beyond.

This first installment of the weekly series is entitled, “On the Job – The Second Act: From Dentist in China to LA Musician.”

Mr. Song left his home in China and moved to Los Angeles after his wife passed away. He had plans to continue practicing his lifelong career of dentistry, but when things didn’t work out quite as he had planned, Mr. Song decided to switch gears by bringing the erhu, a traditional Chinese folk instrument, to his new American audience.

Listen to Episode 1 above or download it and subscribe to future episodes of “On The Job” on iHeartiTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts.

On the Job Season 2- MAZEL TOV: Stories from a Late-In-Life Rabbi

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.21.18

Listen now to “On the Job” Episode 2: Mazel Tov: Stories from a Late-In-Life Rabbi

This week’s installment of the podcast from Express Employment Professionals is titled, “Mazel Tov: Stories from a Late-in-Life Rabbi.”

Jay Shupack wore many hats throughout the course of his professional life – actor, door-to-door insurance salesman, psychologist, and more. But nothing prepared him for his latest and greatest career move: becoming a Rabbi. After years of soul-searching and some unexpected twists and turns, Rabbi Shupack now believes he’s performing his life-long mission where the synagogue is his stage and the sermons his monologue.

“On the Job” celebrates the journey of hard-working men and women across America as they work to make the American dream their reality. In season 2 of the podcast from Express Employment Professionals, you’ll share their ups and downs, triumphs and challenges, and the oftentimes winding roads that lead them to find satisfaction, earn a living, and define who they are within their communities and the world beyond.

Listen to Episode 2 above or download it and subscribe to future episodes of “On The Job” on iHeartiTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts.

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