To be successful, you must know if the niche you have chosen hires temps, contractors, direct hires, or all three. In this video, learn how to do the research to find out.
- I know a recruiter who decided his niche…was placing recent grads…in full-time management trainee positions.…After nine months of failing, he realized…most companies interested in hiring recent grads…found them through their own campus recruiting efforts.…They didn't need a third-party recruiter to help them.…Sadly, this recruiter left the position.…It was a tremendous price to pay for not doing his homework.…To be successful, you have to be thoughtful…and have done your research.…
You must know if the niche you selected…hires temps, contractors, direct hires, or all three.…For example, in the IT niche, there's a great demand…for both direct hires and contractors,…but they don't hire short-term temps.…The sales profession only wants full-time direct hires.…You will only know this if you research your niche.…To find the information, look at the employment website…of one of your target companies.…
What types of opportunities are advertised?…Companies will specify if a position is a full-time job,…temp assignment, or contract opportunity.…
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