Help with Recruiters (aka, Understanding Recruiters)

Last week I posted about how job seekers ask for about recruiters without really knowing what they are asking for: Job Search Tip: Asking The Wrong Question in Networking

Then I followed up with what to do when you meet a recruiter: Networking with Recruiters

I came across a terrific series of posts by Jeff Lipschultz about working with recruiters… here are some other excellent posts written by Jeff:

Building and Maintaining Strong Relationships with Recruiters

Not-So-Secret Weapon – Recruiters

Recruiters in the job search?  Yes… but not understanding who they are and what they do (and who they work for) will make it seem that recruiters are a dead end.

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1 Comments

  1. Jeff Lipschultz on July 31, 2009 at 7:26 am

    Thanks so much Jason for sharing my posts. It is so important that everyone know there role in the job search.
    The job seeker owns the process, no doubt. The supporting cast includes networking groups, professional resume writers/career coaches, family, social media forums, and of course, recruiters. Recruiters are a link to opportunities, but only when the situation is right and a process is followed. Knowing these details makes all the difference in that relationship!
    Cheers,
    Jeff

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