7 REASONS WHY WORKING WITH A RECRUITER IS A GOOD IDEA

| November 29, 2016

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In this day of fast-paced applicant tracking systems and online job applications, getting feedback about your qualifications or input on the job is often a challenge. Frankly, it’s hard to know if anyone has even had a chance to review your submission. This has become frustrating for many. Job and resumé  feedback can help you guide your search and is encouraging. No one likes sending their resumé  into a black hole. If you're looking for a little more feedback and a lot more love, you may want to consider working with a Recruiter in your job search. Here are some of our favorite reasons.
NEGOTIATING SALARY IS SIMPLE -A Recruiter can negotiate salary and benefits salary and benefits on your behalf, based on the parameters you have shared. They are also knowledgeable about a client or a specific role’s salary range and benefits offering so they can remove the guesswork before you even apply.

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Analytic Recruiting Inc.

ANALYTIC has been in business since 1980 [www.analyticrecruiting.com]. We specialize in recruitment of people with strong analytical skills. Our practice is nationwide and covers all major business areas including Finance, Marketing, Operations, Manufacturing, Planning and Systems. Our expertise is in staffing positions that emphasize superior analytical talent and the use of advanced quantitative / modeling techniques and technology in business decision making. We like to work closely with our clients and are very deliberate in matching skills, career goals and positions. The job opportunities page depicts specific opportunities and areas in which we place candidates from entry level to managing directors and from junior analysts to senior experts.

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