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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Who gave you the idea that a recruiter works for you? She works for the business that hires her for a placement. You're just a resume in her file cabinet - a potential asset to pull if there's a fit. That's a big if these days.
    • Who gave you the idea that a recruiter works for you? She works for the business that hires her for a placement.

      Ahh, they usually don't work "for" either one. They often work for themselves, or an agency, or for the fee/commission they'll receive. Sure, if the company hires the candidate and pays the fee, you can argue that the recruiter was working for the company, but if the company doesn't hire the candidate, then the recruiter was working for nada.