You know, you make a really good point. Lots of companies have started in the hopes of "adding efficiencies" to the $8B (last year's number?) contingency recruiting market. I guess that means that they want a take at the expense of the third party recruiter.
Jason, what's your take? Is there a case for efficiency that does NOT take away from the earning potential of third party recruiters? I know you believe recruiters should have the opportunity to make lots of money - and I agree...
That makes senses. So, my next question is, is there a technology or a place for another party in that equation that supports, not obviates, that "artful communication?" Or, are such endeavors simply solutions in search of a problem where none exists?
Great topic coming out of this news piece. Thanks for bringing it up, Jason.
Jason.. you left me with a burning question though; What did you mean by "micropayments and escrow?" Can you clarify for me? As you know, I'm slooooowwwwwlllly working on something I hope will be of interest. And, of course, that's where my interest in this string comes from.
Again.. great topic. I'll be watching for your answer (and any other replies.)