The Weekly Roundup: Make Recruiters Work For You

Bill Hartnett
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Recruiters are a necessary and sometimes challenging part of the employment ecosystem. They seek out talented people for companies, but also serve as gatekeepers, controlling the influx of candidates. Their prime objective is to discover the best and weed out the rest for their clients.

Often you will read a job description and assume you are the perfect candidate. You've got all the qualifications and experience listed, but you get nowhere with the recruiter. How does this happen?