The best of all possible worlds would be to interview with – and get offers…
John Borrowman, CPC
Borrowman Baker, LLC
Most of the time, a recruiter calls you to talk about changing jobs. It’s normal you would think that the only reason you should call a recruiter would be to talk about changing jobs. You might be missing something.
- You might be missing good information you need to make smarter career decisions. It could easily be that where you are is the best place for you to be. (It is for about 90% of the people we talk to.) Wouldn’t it be a boost to know that was the case?
- You could be missing answers to the questions that occur to everyone, every now and then: Am I being paid fairly? How does what I have compare to what might be out there?
- You might be missing a connection with someone who can help you with career advice over the long-term. Someone who can tell you what the forest looks like, even though you see only one tree at a time.
We’ll be the first to admit there are a lot of recruiters it would be a waste of your time to talk to. Reach out to us, however, and understand the difference.