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Top 3 Reasons Why Recruiters (both corporate and external) Love Linkedin:
1) LinkedIn has become the best hunting ground for recruiters.
2) As more companies are asking their employees to become participants in “social media” candidate referral programs, more employees are using sites such as Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter – making it insanely easy for…
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My name is Kristen,
I saw your ad for a sourcer. My company is a vendor to firms like yours... We provide outsourced research- we are experienced and come from a recruiters background. I don't want to impose, but I saw that you were looking and figured I would introduce myself. Nothing to lose in a bit of networking, right?
If I can help email@example.com
I am a Java developer. I have a Master's in CS and have over 5 years of experience as java developer. I am currently looking for new opportunities. I live in Fairfax, VA. I would appreicate your help, suggestions regarding this.
Thanks & Regards,
A new report shows that tech-related positions are safe bets right now, especially software developer. But sales is solid, too
by Albert Sun
These are tough times for job seekers. The U.S. unemployment rate held steady in June at 5.5%, the highest rate since October 2004. The outlook is especially bleak in residential construction and automobiles, and for workers without a college degree.
But there are employment bright spots, particularly in technology, according to a new report by job listings company Jobfox. Tech-related jobs figure prominently on Jobfox's list of 20 "recession-proof" occupations. Among the most sought-after positions are software developer, which ranked No. 2; system administrator, who manages increasingly complex corporate networks, at No. 6; and quality-assurance tester, who designs automated processes for testing products, at No. 12. Technology executive, particularly chief technology officer, was ranked No. 16.
Read the full article here > http://www.businessweek.com/technology/
Thank you for the add to your friends list. I look forward to networking with you as well and share via the High-Tech Recruiters' Forum. I am fairly new at all this so I will think of few questions for you near future. ~ Susan
P.S. I grew up in San Jose (jr high and part highschool years.. fond memories there.. :) and love CA.
I just joined your High-Tech Recruiters' Forum and wanted to introduce myself and say hello. I look forward to networking with you further. Thanks Lisa. Have a great Thursday!~ All the best, Susan
I read in some of your reply that you have requirements in Splits. I am very much interested in working with you splits.
Please give me some more information on it.
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