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How to 'Get in Good' with Recruiters

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    If you're contacted by a recruiter and aren't currently in the market for a new job, don't be downright dismissive. You never know when you will be looking, and you want to remain in recruiters' sights. "You may not need a job right now, but that's not a sure thing at any point in the near or longer term," said Roy Cohen, author of "The Wall Street Professional's Survival Guide" and a career coach. "At the very least, thank them for the call and ask how best to stay in touch."

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How to 'Get in Good' with Recruiters

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    If you're contacted by a recruiter and aren't currently in the market for a new job, don't be downright dismissive. You never know when you will be looking, and you want to remain in recruiters' sights. "You may not need a job right now, but that's not a sure thing at any point in the near or longer term," said Roy Cohen, author of "The Wall Street Professional's Survival Guide" and a career coach. "At the very least, thank them for the call and ask how best to stay in touch."