Why You Should Use a Professional Recruiter: Part 2
Searching for a new job or career change can be stressful no matter how experienced you are. Luckily, this isn’t a battle you must fight on your own. Last week we covered just three of the benefits a professional recruiter can bring to your job hunt. This week, we’d like to explore a few more.
Industry specialty. If you’re looking for a mid to executive level position, you likely have a degree and specialized experience in a field. That doesn’t mean, however, that online job listings are tailored specifically to your experience and career. By working with a recruiter who specializes in your industry, you can not only get good leads on jobs for which you are qualified, but waste less time weeding out postings that are of no interest to you.
Career and interview tips. Has it been awhile since you had an interview? Or do you need valuable career advice? The day-to-day job of a recruiter entails making sure their candidates are successful. Our team is prepared to advise you in details as small as what color suit to wear to how to properly update your résumé for a specific interview.
Quality interview opportunities. We’ve all interviewed for a position we were either over or under qualified for. Not only is it a waste of your time and the interviewer’s time, but it can be discouraging in your job hunt. Part of a recruiter’s job is matching you only with positions that fit your skills and experience. With our team of professionals, you can feel comfortable and confident on each of your interviews.
As a professional seeking new job opportunities, it is in your best interest to save time and effort by working with a recruiter. With your best interest in mind, a recruiter can help secure a job that fits you best. To work with the Burchard team of St. Louis recruiters, contact us today.