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Although, social media seems to have taken over as a top tool in recruiters toolbox, making the in person networking and “live connections” may just give you the edge needed to land your next job.

Have you engaged with Executives and Managers at conferences and events to learn more about their company? Are you building in-person relationships (when possible) with recruiters for today and tomorrow? (Local Meet-ups, SHRM chapters, business journal meetings are all great places to start.) If not, it may be time to stop and understand what you need to do or change to ensure you are attracting people’s interest and building solid relationships. While technology and social media remain an important tool for candidates to use, don’t forget the impact a handshake can have!

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With an estimated $140 billion dollars spent on recruiting every year on the line, the stakes – and the payouts – for recruiters has never been higher. And the ones at the top of their game are doing more than making big money – they’re making a big difference in the lives of the job seekers they encounter every day. Because there’s nothing better than a better job. And there’s no better job than recruiting. Great recruiters are in demand, but there are only a few with the right combination of people, business and street smarts to not only be called great, but world class. And with employers increasingly going global in their quest for their next hire, world class is the only class.