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The question could mean a couple of things. If other
recruiters are working with you, then other people
think that you are salable; but he would have to
hustle, because someone else may find something for
you first. I'm not a recruiter, so I don't know what
that one was thinking.
--- James Barrow <vrfour -at- verizon -dot- net> wrote:
> Here's another question that seems to have popped up
> more these days
> whenever I first discuss a job:
> "Have you submitted yourself to any other jobs?"
> Note: This question takes several forms: "Are you
> actively marketing
> yourself?", "Are you actively seeking a job?", "Are
> you working with any
> other recruiters", etc.
> There's a good chance that I'm missing something
> obvious, but at the moment
> I can't see the relevance of this question.
> Since recruiters make money off of me once I obtain
> a job through them, they
> should work hard to get me an interview, whether or
> not I'm working with
> other recruiters for other jobs, right?
> - Jim
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