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Contract recruiters are recruiters who work on a contract basis as a consultant to a company.
Contract recruiters definition
Contract recruiters are recruiters who work on a contract basis as a consultant to a company. They help companies to source, screen and communicate with candidates and are qualified in hiring every type of employee the company needs, including a recruiting manager.
Contract recruiters lead the process of hiring more people at one time by scheduling and resume-screening. Companies generally find contract recruiters through staffing agencies.
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