Best Recruiting Companies For Lawyers?

According to the U.S. News & World Report, recruiting companies are ranked on a variety of different factors; but make sure you choose one with an A+ rating or higher on PayScale.com’s Recruiter Rankings page (PayScale is owned by The Bureau). These rankings are based on how many employees each company has successfully placed into new jobs in recent years, as well as how much money they pay their recruiters and other staff members. Keep in mind that it can be hard for smaller firms to compete against larger ones when it comes to salaries, so don’t hesitate if your recruiter tells you he’s negotiating for more than $100/hour!

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