Recruiters are busy people. Even in the current depressed job market, they’re pitching for scarce new business or dealing with a deluge of resumes from often desperate or irate candidates.
The fact is that they may not have a position you’re suited to, but this doesn’t mean you should ditch the relationship, as we recently reported.
After all, when the market does pick up, more candidates are likely to venture into the job market and people will be vying for their attention. At the same time, however, you don’t want to harass them with constant phone calls or irritating e-mails.
Read on at eFinancial Careers to check out the five ways.
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