Let’s face it. Landing your dream job is a lot easier said than done. Chances are if you’re interested in an open job there are probably a hundred other folks who are eyeballing the same position. The competition is stiff, so learning how to win over a recruiter is a must if you want your resume to land in the applicant short stack.
“4 Ways to Make a Recruiter Fight for You, According to a Successful Recruiter,” an article presented by TheMuse, and written by Johnson & Johnson‘s head of recruiting, Sjoerd Gehring, has some great advice on how to make it happen.
There’s nothing more powerful for a job applicant than having someone inside the company who’s willing to go to bat for them. This article might just make forming that bond a reality for you. From preparing for a meet-and-greet to being open if you discover you’re not the right fit, Sjoerd has some great food for thought for just about any job seeker out there.
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