Should I contact a recruiting agency if you can’t find a job for a long time? If so, how much will you have to give them?
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Answered on November 21, 2014 19:56
If you can’t find a job for a long time, think about the reasons first. Perhaps you inadequately assess your strength or misrepresent them to your employer. Maybe your appearance does not meet the requirements for workers. If, nevertheless, you think that a job will be helped by an agency, contact them. About the payment is difficult to suggest. I can only say that for a working person this is not a very large amount, but for the unemployed, you understand. But there are agencies, under the terms of the contract with which, you pay them a percentage from the first salary, after they find you a job.