by Wall Street Job Report on July 20, 2012
It definitely ups your ante as a potential job candidate to be represented by a headhunter, and if you know you have a good job and are good at it, you might already be on their radar.
But how do you end up in a top headhunter’s database when recruiters are typically only interested in representing people who are currently employed?
Martin Yate, former director in Training & Development at Dunhill Systems, career management coach for the past 35 years and author of “Knock ‘em Dead 2012: The Ultimate Job Search Guide,” tells us there’s a “huge misconception” when it comes on the correct way of reaching out to a recruiter.
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