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Unscientific Analysis

Looking back at the jobs we filled this quarter I see some interesting things.

– More than half were what I would call really tough jobs and not ones I would have been confident that we were going to fill.

– Several very solid placements were ones that came back from the dead.

– Several were placements where a seemingly strong lead candidate did not end up filling the position, but a later candidate did.

– Placements were spread over all sorts of industries and niches with no clear concentration.

More evidence, it seems, that contingency recruiting is about opportunities that can’t be micro-managed.

Todd Kmiec
Todd Kmiec and Associates

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