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How Do I Know A Headhunter and Their Opportunities Are Legitimate? (VIDEO)


The motivations that many recruiters have are frequently questioned by job hunters. In this video, I’m asked to address 1 of the basic questions that job hunters have. Is the opportunity being presented to me real?

Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter is a coach who worked as a recruiter for what seems like one hundred years. His work involves life coaching, as well as executive job search coaching and leadership coaching.

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2 thoughts on “How Do I Know A Headhunter and Their Opportunities Are Legitimate? (VIDEO)

  1. Very good question- in a down market the cruiters still have to look busy, and any opening will become a ‘project’. I have seen 20+ different agencies try and put out for one FTE job. Unless you are in a hot job market assume oct-February is famine, the rest feast

  2. calendar year corporations, October is when the budgets are approved and interviewing begins for January hires. As for 20 different firms (or 10 or 5) advertising the same job, that happens all the time. Contingency firms and their “recruiters” take any order throw it on their website and job boards and pray for a response. True recruiters don’t do that.

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