Posted on September 16, 2016 at 6:39 pm
Since most recruiters get paid when they get you work – they have to work hard to seal the deal. As the talent, you don’t pay them a penny during any part of the process… that’s all handled by the employer. All you have to do is be the best you can be and get hired. Because you don’t have to pay to use recruiters, you can have as many recruiters working for you as you want simultaneously. It’s all a big game, but you as the talent have some unique advantages.
Very often, recruiters have direct connections to the hiring managers at various companies, people that you would never be able to get an audience with otherwise. These hiring managers get 100 resumes on their desk every week, but when the recruiter they know and trust calls, they pick up. Recruiters are dialed in to the specific roles these hiring managers are looking to fill, so they have their pulse on what’s available right now.
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