Gaggle of Geese, Pride of lions, school of fish.... ???? of Recruiters

Just wondering... on this site, there is an obvious group of Recruiters... what would be the right word to describe it?

Something different for a Friday.. put your thinking caps on.... :)

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Pack springs to mind......Gaggle ?
A quarrel?
You may have just nailed it Mr. Sumser.

John Sumser said:
A quarrel?
I vote tribe. Then re-name Recruitfest! a pow-wow and everyone can wear elaborate headdresses and beat those drums again.

"Some theorists hold that tribes represent a stage in social evolution intermediate between bands and states."
Exchange 'bands' with 'candidates' and 'states' with employers.

We poach candidates, target companies and hunt down job orders. ;)
murder of recruiters??
a "call center"
brent-

I like the idea. I vote for "tribe." The explanation makes sense.
clash
That's really good.
Corporate recruiters -- a hive
TP recruiters -- a swarm
Contract recruiters -- rarely a teem
Thanks so much for these responses.

To summarise (Martin... Gaggle is a real word.. promise :) )

So far, we have... a Pack of Recruiters
a quarrel of Recruiters
A tribe of recruiters
A murder or recruiters
A call centre of recruiters
A clash of recruiters
A hive of Corporate recruiters --
A swarm of TP recruiters --
and... Rarely a teem of Contract recruiters --

I'd like to add... an ICON of recruiters

Add more or vote for a winner,
Of course there's a murder of ravens...might apply to recruiters today. Then there are the terms for bear (a sleuth) and cockroaches (an intrusion).

Here are a few others:

A shrewdness of apes
A battery of barracudas
A sleuth of bear
A kaleidoscope of butterflies
A quiver of cobras
An intrusion of coackroaches
A muster of crows
A convocation of eagles
A cast of falcons
A business of ferrets
A charm of finches
A skulk of foxes
A troubling of goldfish
A smack of jellyfish
A mob of kangaroos
An exaltation of larks
A troop of monkeys
A parliament of owls
A romp of otters
An ostentation of peacocks
A rookery of penguins
A prickle of porcupines
A murder of ravens
A shiver of sharks
A surfeit of skunks
An ambush of tigers
A pod of whales
A descent of woodpeckers
A zeal of zebras
A corps or tower of giraffes
A bloat of hippos
A crash of rhinos

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