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What separates the good from the great recruiters

There are a few weeks, the CEO of a recruitment firm asked what, in my opinion, that a person recruitment success. Very few people are studying in order to make external recruitment. I do not know many recruiters who wanted to embrace this career upon graduation. Personally, I arrived by chance, and I fell in love with this profession. What does it take to succeed? We cannot work in recruitment while waiting to have a better opportunity and be successful. This is what, in my opinion and my research distinguishes the great recruiters. They have an innate sense of sales and marketing. A recruiter has a dual selling job to do. He must first convince his clients that he can find them the best candidates on the market; then he has to convince the candidates that his opportunity is best for his career. They are great at networking. When working in recruitment, we make our living by leveraging our network of contacts. Networking, it’s part of the job. There is an old adage that says “It’s not what you do that counts, it’s who you know.” This is so true in recruitment. That said, those who excel have the ability to maintain this network, they are not only goof at collecting business cards. They are results-oriented. At my first job recruitment, I was told that I had the opportunity to earn close to 100K in the next 2-3 years. My goal was to start receiving bonuses in the first 6 months. I was told that it was impossible, but I did it. Recruitment is often paid in commissions. So... read more


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