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Headhunters/Job Recruiters: Questions for you
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Headhunters/Job Recruiters: Questions for you - March 16, 2011, 05:16 PM

I was called by a recruiter to possibly be a recruiter.
I was just curious about the goods and the bads.
Is it usually a commission job?
Is a job you would recommend to someone else?
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March 16, 2011, 08:33 PM

Depends on what company you would be working for. I had to do it as part of my old job in the insurance industry... Would never wanna do it again. Though for some industries I'd imagine it would be easier and more fulfilling then trying to get people into a job that is 100% commission like I was doing.


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