So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013

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So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013

  1. 1. GSR2R So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013?
  2. 2. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? As a well-known rec 2 rec agency we are sought out by many ambitious recruiters who are looking for the next recruiter role where; there are lots of great clients, high quality candidates that answer emails and phone calls and of course billings are easy to smash! Well believe it or not there are still sectors like this available; provided of course you put in the hours.
  3. 3. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? Though we have been gripped in the UK by a recession; like most other countries in the western world- things are looking up. As a good friend of mine once said; recruitment is the first in and the first out of a recession!” This may or may not be true.
  4. 4. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? Though the latest CBI survey seems to be providing some hopeful news for some business sectors. Business and professional services – which includes legal and accountancy firms – saw a particularly sharp turnaround in business volumes. Activity in consumer services – such as travel, food and drink – grew at its highest level since
  5. 5. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? All great news; particularly if you are a recruiter looking for a change of role into one of these business sectors. Is it something you should consider? Well it might be. The business world is changing and if you want a successful career you need to be open to change.
  6. 6. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? The UK is full of companies who have gone by the wayside because they did not embrace change and adapt and move onto where the market was heading. So before you decide that you are going, gung ho into the world of accountancy or financial recruitment: Stop. You need to sit back and do what I call some R and R. Not rest and relaxation; more like; research and reflection.
  7. 7. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? Being a financial services recruiter might be a great role for you, only first you Need to find out more about what it entails. This need to include what the clients and candidates are like.
  8. 8. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? What is their mindset? What is access and availability like? Remember you are going to be working with these people day in day out. If their personality is very different to your natural style it might just be a stretch to far.
  9. 9. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? Then of course there is the huge factor of; do you find this sector interesting enough to learn everything about it? The good news is knowledge about any recruitment sector can be acquired.
  10. 10. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? With some application, study, great questions and an internet connection you can become quite an expert on anything in a relatively short space of time. In his famous book Outliers Malcolm Gladwell talked about 10,000 hours; now that was to become a mega expert like; Bill Gates or the Beatles. So imagine how much you can find out with just a new recruitment sector in a few hundred hours?
  11. 11. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? If, after doing your research you are still keen to move on you are doing so with some knowledge. Like anything it will take time.
  12. 12. So Which Recruitment Sector Should You Choose in 2013? You might have the opportunity to take over a great desk and yet remember if this sector is new to you; you won’t have your own little black book of candidates and clients to call on straight awaythough you will be surprised how quickly you can develop it!
  13. 13. For more information on Choosing Recruitment Sector please contact hello@gsr2r.com
  14. 14. GSR2R http://gsr2r.com

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