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TALX Announces Executive Changes

ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 8, 2003--TALX Corporation (NASDAQ:TALX), a leading business process outsourcer of payroll- related and human resources services, announced that Craig N. Cohen, formerly chief financial officer, has been elected executive vice president, assuming responsibility for mergers and acquisitions, product development, other operational activities, and legal matters.

L. Keith Graves, chief accounting officer, was elected chief financial officer, responsible for financial accounting and external reporting, as well as human resources and facilities.

In addition, Steve Hoffmann was named to the newly created position of president, TALX UC eXpress. Hoffman, who had been executive vice president of The Frick Company, acquired by TALX in March 2002, had been managing the UC eXpress sales organization.

About TALX Corporation

TALX Corporation is a leading business process outsourcer of payroll-related and human resources services. TALX holds a leadership position in two key employment-related services -- automated employment and income verification services via The Work Number(R) services and unemployment cost management services via UC eXpress(SM). TALX also provides paperless payroll services, W-2 services, and automated time entry services. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, TALX empowers user to complete transactions independently utilizing available multimedia including Web, interactive voice response, speech recognition, fax and e-mail. TALX Corporation common stock trades on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol TALX. For more information about TALX Corporation, call 314-214-7000 or access the company's Web site at www.talx.com

Statements in this press release expressing the expectations of management may be forward-looking and involve uncertainties. TALX risk factors are detailed in documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

CONTACT: TALX Corporation, St. Louis Laura Browder, 314/214-7224 lbrowder@talx.com
SOURCE: TALX Corporation