Why should you share your resume with a Recruiter or a Head Hunter?
Now a days there are plenty of job openings and the internet has made it easier to search for a job, but harder to land a position. When you apply online, your resume joins hundreds, if not thousands, of others in an overstuffed inbox somewhere. Even if you’re a perfect fit for the job, your impressive credentials may never be seen or considered.
To get your application seen, why not seek out the warmth of a fellow human being over the cold glow of your computer screen. Consider working with a recruiter (a.k.a. headhunter).
These professionals make their living by helping companies find the best candidates for their open positions. Working with a recruiter can help you get your resume straight to the hiring decision makers.
They also often have inside information about what the company is looking for and the type of candidate they prefer. Best of all: you don’t even have to pay them. They make their money from the employer.
After all, he only gets paid by client if you get hired, so he wants to help you make a great impression.