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MYTH: Recruiters Find Jobs for People.
Wrong! Recruiters find People for Jobs!

Recruiters are not compensated by candidates, but by their clients. Of course, this does not mean that recruiters cannot be helpful to you. They “counsel” candidates that they choose to work with, help them refine their résumés, and prep & coach them on interview techniques. However, they are paid by client companies to find candidates to fill very specific positions with very specific (usually hard to find) requirements.

Recruiters are in demand by job seekers eager to move into new assignments and by employers seeking hard-to-find staffers.

Some things will either turn a recruiter away or ruin any relationship you’ve started. Most missteps reflect badly on your integrity or honesty and some just make you look uninformed about the recruiter’s role. A recruiter’s role is to find and fill jobs for an employer, which is her client.

So here are seven serious mistakes to avoid when working with a recruiter:


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