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I'm a recruiter for the largest staffing and recruiting firm in the country. I'm seeing a lot of people on this thread who are extremely stressed out about finding work, and I think you guys need to start seriously considering working with recruiters to find jobs. NOT ALL RECRUITERS ARE EQUAL! I work for Aerotek, where we value your goals, skills, and interests and we find you a "perfect fit": the job that actually utilizes your experience and abilities. Please don't hesitate to reach out to me if you are looking for work in the Portland, OR metro area. I can be reached via this thread, and, if you're seriously interested, please let me know and I will share my email.
I agree that recruiters are helpful, but I personally have found them to be of know value. I am over 40, a B'S in Chemistry, an NBA in Global Management and just under 20 years in the chemical manufacturing field before having my position eliminated several years back. Aerotek had me come in for a face-to-face interview with a recruiter. I was never called even after calling and/or emailing my interest in working. I've come to the conclusion that these face-to-face or face chats are to do nothing more than what corporate America has already done: discriminate against older, experienced and minority job seekers.
I am really struggling to find a new position in the procurement sector. I am open to relocation, from Chicago, but I feel like I am going about my search the wrong way. I have worked with a career coach and had both my resume and LinkedIn profile written by an expert. How do you go about getting responses for job applications and finding a good recruiter? I know about networking, but I still feel like I am missing the boat.
I was wondering if any of you ladies have any suggestions on work from home jobs? I really would like to not go back to my 9-5 job and be away from my little. I would greatly appreciate the suggestions. I would like to not have to pay to start and don't want to be selling scentsy, etc. TIA!
I am a civil engineer was working with real estate firm.I am not able to fetch job for myself.I want job in vendor management.Please help
In June completed the final nail in the coffin, the end of my returnship with no offer. Since then, applied, network, nothing, no interviews, nothing. I've been trying to get back into the job market for many years to now, I am broke with no options.No idea what to do.... volunteered job fairs LI networking applications asked for help employment office, agencies endless posting on job sites temporary wk courses experts formulating resume & cover letter introductions friends/family referrals recruiters (they just ignore ems on follow up) signed lost
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