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Sunday, February 17, 2008


Recruiters or Not?

You’ve decided you want to find a new job and your first stop is the internet. What do you do now?

In addition to the many job boards and websites accessible through your job search engine, you may want to consider a recruiter to support you in your efforts. Many jobs are not advertised and having a recruiter can help you to identify these jobs, which are often higher paying jobs. The recruiter is able to connect you with jobs that you would otherwise have overlooked or that may not have been advertised.

Recruiters may save you time, particularly if you are searching for a job in a highly competitive field. And it doesn’t cost you anything to utilize a recruiter. His or her fees are paid by the employer. It’s to the recruiter’s advantage to help you negotiate a higher salary too, since his compensation is typically a percentage of your salary. Recruiters can also help you enhance your resume to highlight your strengths and accomplishments.

Whether or not you decide to use a recruiter to help you find a job, you still need to be aggressive in your personal search. Finding a job via the internet is a great option that helps you personally identify open jobs, evaluate opportunities, and establish contacts through networking.

Don’t leave your future up to just one person or one strategy – approach your job search with multiple facets to optimize your chances of landing the perfect job sooner!


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