Re: Corp-to-Corp Recruiters...Do they exist?

Subject: Re: Corp-to-Corp Recruiters...Do they exist?
From: "freelance writer" <freewriter00 -at- lycos -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2001 18:17:07 -0800


After spending quite a bit of money to become incorporated, I'm wondering if there are "any" recruiters that specialize in working with writers (in the SF Bay Area) who are incorporated.

I recieve lots of calls from recruiters who want nothing to do with Incorporated writers and what's worse, is many of these recruiters haven't got a clue what I do, read from a shopping list, and will never let on who the client is.

Now I'm wondering if it was worth the money. I've heard time and time again that all 1099 contracts are drying up and you either go W2 or Corp. Maybe its the economy, but my Corp status has amounted to beans.



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