I can understand that I’m not the only one frustrated by the college recruiters on LinkedIn.
The way they do their job, with their jargon and their lack of experience, is just plain boring.
That’s not to say that I don’t think they’re great, it’s just that I can’t help but feel like a complete asshole when I go into a recruiter’s office.
I’ve done plenty of recruiters jobs, and there’s nothing quite like working in one of them.
That being said, I’ve been doing it for a while, so I’ve got a fairly good handle on what goes on at a college recruiting firm.
My biggest complaint is that recruiters are always asking for something in return for their time, but I don (and shouldn’t) take it personally.
That said, the recruiter is also probably not going to want to talk to you, so that’s why I’ve gotten so frustrated with recruiters.
In the end, I’m more frustrated by recruiters for not providing me with a meaningful job offer.
I can get laid at any recruiter firm, and I’m certainly not the type to take the recruitor’s word for it that I’ll get a job offer in the end.
Instead, I want to be offered a job at my own place.
That is, I have to go out and find my own recruiter.
When you have no one to turn to, recruiters will be less likely to reach out to you.
The recruiter might even be offering to help you find your own place in the area, but it’s going to take more than that to get you a job.
You also have to be willing to go the extra mile.
When I went into a recruitment firm last summer, I was looking for a job, and they said they were hiring.
I asked if they could come with me and talk to me, and then I took my job.
It wasn’t a great experience, but at least I had my money.
It was a bit of a letdown, but in the long run, I think I was better off going with the recruitter.
That recruiter also wasn’t really that great, either.
They offered me a full-time job, but only when I went back to school.
That sounds great, but after about a year of that, I stopped going to their office and didn’t get any work.
After that, the only time I got a call from them was when I asked to join the school’s recruitment team.
I had to go through some pretty grueling meetings and meetings of my own to get hired.
And even then, it took me several months to get a full day of work.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter how many times you get a call, how many meetings you go through, how much money you’re offered, or how much you’re asked to do, the result is always the same.
If you want a good job, you have to find a recruite.
I’d suggest you do the same thing, and that’s get a position in the recruitment industry.