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How to 'Get in Good' with Recruiters

  • How to 'Get in Good' with Recruiters-

    While it's important to follow up with recruiters, don't cross over into pest territory. "One big thing for candidates to do to get on a recruiter's good side is to respect the recruiter's time and not take up too much of it," Huns said. "Recruiters are normally extremely busy people, and candidates who call multiple times in one day will be pushed to the side because they are too intense and disrespectful. ... If a candidate does not hear back from a recruiter, he or she should call them once and leave a message only once emphasizing how interested they are in the position."

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How to 'Get in Good' with Recruiters

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    While it's important to follow up with recruiters, don't cross over into pest territory. "One big thing for candidates to do to get on a recruiter's good side is to respect the recruiter's time and not take up too much of it," Huns said. "Recruiters are normally extremely busy people, and candidates who call multiple times in one day will be pushed to the side because they are too intense and disrespectful. ... If a candidate does not hear back from a recruiter, he or she should call them once and leave a message only once emphasizing how interested they are in the position."