Recruiters often know about unadvertised jobs
LOS ANGELES, CA -- One of the first steps towards your job search process is to make a list of resources and people who you can contact to expedite your search. The smarter and better you can network now the faster you will land a job. These days job seekers should spend 60 to 70 percent of their efforts on networking. Let everyone know you're out of a job and available for work. People like to help, but they can't help if they don't know you're looking. On average, 80 percent of job openings aren't advertised at all. Therefore, working with a recruiter and networking may be the only way to hear about them.
Recruiters, otherwise known as head hunters or search consultants, are hired by companies to find candidates for them, and often know about unadvertised jobs. It's important to note, that recruiters do not charge the job seeker. The company pays a fee, typically when a candidate is hired.
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