Re: tech writing recruiters
Possibly one misunderstanding here is the type of job itself. If you are looking for direct employment (actual employee of the company with all employee benefits), you will find few recruiters. If you are looking for contract work, then you find lots of recruiters. Companies frequently get hundreds of resumes for any single job, so they don't need to recruit except for fresh outs at the college job fair.
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