Are there professionals that help you get a job other than temp agencies?

Someone with a college degree and some experience (about one year) may find it extremely difficult to find a decent job (especially in the field of science/engineering). Besides temp agencies that assign you to do office work, what other options are there for help in finding employment? Is there someone you can pay to help you put together your resume and then send it out and find work? Thanks.

Asked By: LittleOne - 6/29/2007
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Look online under "executive recruiters" Find one that works nationally and has a franchise in your area - Management Recruiters International comes to mind, they have branches everywhere. They are paid by an employer to fill jobs, so you should not be paying them a fee... More
Answered By: Mel - 6/29/2007
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there are companies that are headhunters. They take into account your skills and experience and try to match you with an available position.
Answered By: johnsykes_2000 - 6/29/2007
work from home in your own time for yourself........Make e********y giving Surveys online. Make upto $25 per hour.
Answered By: fr - 6/29/2007
Most of what you call "temp agencies" are more "employment agencies." I know my company and most of my competitors help people find full time and professional jobs, too. I own a franchise of Express Personnel.
Answered By: hottotrot1_usa - 6/29/2007
Yeah you will want to seek out a headhunter, most times you just have to go to job fairs to apply directly to a good company. You should have a career couselor on your campus that can help you out. They are always contacted by companies directly to recruit from the campus. Your college shoud have a career site, you... More
Answered By: Marsbar - 6/29/2007
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