Recruiter Training,Education Requirements,Salary and Wages!

  1. To become a recruiter, candidates usually must meet certain education and training requirements. Most recruiters will need to have obtained a bachelor’s degree within a field such as business or human resources. Obtaining a MBA or Master’s of Business Administration can be advantageous for gaining employment as well as for advancing within this career field.

  2. Individuals interested in this career field should have excellent communication skills, which include both written and oral communication skills. In addition, they should have a good general awareness, which includes a practical knowledge regarding the current market conditions. Excellent analytical skills are also important as this job often involves a large amount of analyzing. Recruiters should also have good people skills and feel comfortable working with others. Other important skills include confidence and persistence as well as an approach that is flexible.

  3. It is not uncommon for many employers to require candidates for this position to have a minimum of three to five years if not more experience in the human resources field. Specific experience working within a certain industry may also be required in order to advance to a recruiter or senior recruiter position.

  4. Ample job opportunities are typically available in this field for individuals who have completed an education in international business, industrial relations or marketing. In the beginning recruiters may be required to work as assistants or interns before gaining a sufficient amount of experience to work independently as a recruiter.

  5. In 2008 the median annual salary for recruitment specialists was $75,000. Salary can vary according to geographic location, employer and level of experience and/or education. Recruiters who are employed by well known multi-national organizations tend to be much higher than those who work for smaller companies.

  6. Recruiters who are employed in larger cities will also usually make more money than those employed in less populated areas. In some cases, recruiters may also earn perks such as commissions and bonuses that are in addition to their fixed salaries.

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