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07/30/06
Working with Recruiters
Filed under: Recent Posts, Position Searching, Networking, Recruiters
Posted by: site admin @ 6:34 pm

Hi Daniel,

Thank you for asking. I really appreciate that.

I was just rejected by that Texas company that I interviewed. 
I just moved to Boston this week. I am now living in a friend’s
place.I think Boston may have more chances than Buffalo.

I have received several phone calls from a recruiter. It seems that a lot
big biopharm company in Boston will recruit contract workforce for their
entry level position. Is that right?

Best Regards

Y

>From: “Eustace, Daniel J” mailto:EUSTACD@polaroid.com
>To: >Subject: FW: Job Search Status>
>Hi Y,
>
>Hopefully, you have been able to make some progress on your search.
>This is just a friendly check-in to ask if there is anything I can
>provide for you at this time.
>
>Regards,
>Dan

One Response to “Working with Recruiters”

  1. site admin Says:

    Hi Y,

    Boston is much more active in several high tech industries than Buffalo, no question!

    Please consider contacting [several professional recruiting firms, especially those known to recruit for the industr(y)ies you seek……..] if you have not previously contacted them.

    Working with recruiters should mean that you should not have to pay any fees!  You should
                  find a person with whom you like working (good working relationship),
                  they should not submit your resume without you knowing,
                  they should help you prepare by letting you know the job description before you interview. 

    Please let me know how your experience goes. 

    I am very interested in seeing you succeed. 

    Best regards, 
    Dan

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