Headhunter…Here’s My Recipe For My Dream Entry-Level Job…Can You Make It For Me?

Posted September 29, 2006 by


You can have your very own job cheerleader, although it won’t be free, and its name is a headhunter. These people are job consultants and advise all sorts of job seekers with catching their “dream job.” For you entry-level job seekers out there, if you decide to hire a headhunter make sure to have them find you all the best opportunities out there.
In addition, headhunters go door-to-door to find you that job opportunity. They go to different companies and sell you to the companies in question. A headhunter is an entry-level job seekers best friend! I’m not sure how much these job goldmines cost but if you are so inclined, do some more research on it. There are some articles written by headhunters and columns where you can “ask the headhunter,” so you may not have to pay anything at all and still get some good job searching advice.
I did read an article that had a sort of “beware of the headhunter” feel and cautioned job seekers who want to utilize the talent of a headhunter. The article states that job seekers should be sure they have a legitimate headhunter hunting for them. As in anything you do, research it thoroughly before committing to it. I provide a link below that has tips and tricks to help you spot a good or bad headhunter so read up. Next, have fun, learn new things and get your headhunter to find you that entry-level job!!
Recognizing Headhunters:
http://www.esquiregroup.com/about_news_02.cfm
Headhunter Resources:
http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=headhunter&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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