How to 'Get in Good' with Recruiters - Slide 9

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It's important to remember that the recruiter is working for a client and is paid to know exactly what that client is looking for in a job candidate. If the recruiter provides advice on ways to position your accomplishments to align best with those expectations, it would behoove you to accept the suggestions graciously. "The recruiter knows what will and won't fly with a particular client," said Matt Scheihing, president of JMiles Personnel Services.

 

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