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9 tips to work with the headhunters in Switzerland

When arriving in a new country, one of the very first things you may want to do is sending your resume to recruiting firms. They are the professionals of recruitment, have the connections, know the job market and therefore are an indispensable pillar in your job search.

To understand how to work effectively with headhunters, I wrote a blog entry.
I named it "hunt the headhunters"
I hope you'll find it useful.
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Re: 9 tips to work with the headhunters in Switzerland

If you found this article interesting, please be informed that some more recent posts about career in Switzerland are to be found on the job4U2 blog.
Take a break and read the just started saga about Spouse career success stories with the part 1 already on line.
http://job4u2-switzerland.blogspot.c...tory-saga.html
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