'Top Recruiter' Winners for Week of 11-02-2015
Last week was the second week of our 'Top Recruiter' contest. It rewards the featured recruiters on CAREEREALISM who got the most number of unique visits by job seekers to their profile in the last seven days. [Here's an article that explains why we decided to start helping recruiters by promoting them to our 1,000,000+ job seekers.]What do they win? They each get to pick a job posting they're trying to fill and I will personally promote it in my LinkedIn feed to my 1,000,000+ followers. CONGRATULATIONS to the following 'Top Recruiters' on CAREEREALISM!NOTE:Be sure to click on their names to learn more about each one - they could help you get your next great job! P.S. - Are you a recruiter who wants to compete in our 'Top Recruiter' contest? Get your *free* directory profile and you join in! CLICK HERE NOW to get started >>Danielle Buttler - PSR Associates         Christopher Clancy - StratAcuity.com         Manderson Zerby - TeamPeople         Susan Wittan- TeamPeople         Jose Miguel Longo - Syracuse University         Kimberly Townsend - TeamPeople         Meagan Lynch - Oak Grove Technologies         Patchanee Fajardo - Elite Staffing Group         John Maglione - Asynchrony Labs         Elyse Daugharty - The Broadmoor
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