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Very knowledgeable about employment and jobs in the Atlanta, Georgia area - have been a recruiter in Atlanta since 1987. Can answer questions about working with recruiters and employment agencies. Can answer Atlanta and Georgia questions - have lived in Atlanta since 1981.
Recruiter in the Atlanta area since 1987. Partner in Employment Atlanta Staffing since 1997. We specialize in placing Accountants, Bookkeepers , CPA's and Controllers. I was an Accountant myself for 6 years. Hold a Bachelors in Accounting and Psychology.
BS in Accounting and Psychology
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A- Thanks for your question. You need to focus on what you really want to do and gear every once of your efforts in that direction. If you want to continue school and get your masters - do that
Myriam- Thanks for your question and good luck with your move to Atlanta! You may want to call a few recruiters who specialize in those areas. While Atlanta always has an abundance of jobs, recruiters
Nicole- Thanks for your question. You need to work through the recruiting company on setting up the next round of interviews - that is customary. I would send the company a thank you note for the
Kay- Thanks for your question. It is never too early to let folks know that you are interested in working there full time. Tell your recruiter first. Also, let the managers you work with at the
Larry- Thanks for your question. Interesting scenario, one that comes up quite a bit. I can't really answer whether you would be labeled a "job hopper" without seeing the rest of your career history