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What is the best way to get out of retail management and into recruitment without loosing money?

I'm currently a senior manager in retail and am looking to get out of retail asap.I'll really like to get into recruitment but so far i have posted my cv everywhere online and applied for a lot of job but havent got anything yet,It always seems everyone wants recruitment experience.

Asked By: jdbadboyy - 12/20/2006
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Keep trying, don't give up. Right now, during the holidays, everyone is busy trying to make quota in retail, and now would not be the best time worrying about a position in another area. Have you tried going through a professional job search? When you post on line, you are literally competing with hundreds of other... More
Answered By: Nancy S - 12/20/2006
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It's like trying to be an estate agent mate you need experience to get the job, but can't get experience till you get the job. Don't bother become a bus driver in London the money is good and less hours
Answered By: Piranha - 12/20/2006
 
If you want to work for a recruitment agency, you have to sell your retail skills or management skills. Indeed, each recruitment agency are specialised in specific jobs or industries. For you, you could be recruitment consultant for the retail market or senior sales jobs... More
Answered By: cyrillou in France - 12/20/2006
 
I have to agree with one poster. Have you tried to leverage your background and skills with a recruiting agency that specializes in retail? or you can work for a retail coporate office as an in-house recruiter.
Answered By: techrecruitatlanta - 12/20/2006
 
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