Re: Obtaining contracts
But if you've valued your skills correctly and you're getting your
price, why would you care what the arrangements are between the
recruiter and the company? In that scenario, the $65 isn't the rate
they're willing to pay you, it's your rate with the cost of the
recruiter built in on top of it - the rate that they're willing to pay
you is what they're going to end up paying you anyway. In this case,
about $45-55 an hour.
Okay, but he certainly doesn't call *me* with it! He knows my
parameters, he knows my style, he knows how many kids I have and exactly
how much time I'm willing to spend in the office, and he checks all that
out up front before he even bothers me with a listing. When I go on the
interview, I know I'm not going to waste my time or the client's.
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