10 reasons to work in Recruitment.
  1. 1. Speaking to a diverse range of people, finding out what makes them tick and how they have developed over time is fascinating
  2. 2. Learning about industries, how they work, what they do and how they are structured is extremely interesting especially when you see how businesses evolve over time
  3. 3. Dealing with different cultures provides variety and enjoyment
  4. 4. Recruitment isn’t just fast paced, there is all the attention to detail that goes with it. Ideal job for someone who has a broad range of skills and doesn’t want to be pidgeon holed.
  5. 5. The client relationships and longevity of the relationship. It isn’t ever a short term  thing as you never know what may happen. We’ve had clients grow from 1 person in the UK to 250 in the Uk over a period of 2 years. That kind of growth can be difficult but it is rewarding to feel you are helping achieve their plans every step of the way.We are also still talking to people we have dealt with 15 years ago.
  6. 6. Seeing candidates we place in jobs, progress their careers and become Managers or Directors and then become your client and ask you to help them find people to work for them. There’s a real sense of pride when that happens.
  7. 7. Working with clients and helping them decide whether what they look for is available or realistic or important
  8. 8. It’s a job where you are recognised for the hard work you do, what you put in is definitely what you get out of it and more sometimes
  9. 9. You learn so much all the time, not just about jobs but also about the markets, geography, history,  life in general. It isn’t always easy by any means, it certainly tests your stamina in hard times, but is also means that when things go well they are really recognised and not take for granted.
  10. 10. Lastly but not by any means the least important : getting someone a job is one of the best feelings , especially if you have helped someone along the way to find their dream job,

by Boyce Recruitment on March 10, 2010

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