Re: Contractors: Local jobs, out of town recruiters?
I have been seeing interesting local contracts announced by recruiters from
anywhere but local. This seems to be getting more typical, where a recruiter
in Michigan or Florida or California contacts me about work 20 miles from my
door in Washington. What seems really odd is that they often do this a week
or more before any local recruiter has the job listed.
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