Your connections. Youve got to get to at least 500 connections so that others see you as an active player on LinkedIn. Also, recruiters will typically look within their existing connections, and the people those connections are connected to, for potential candidates. Anybody else is an unknown quantity.
How do you get employers to find you?
7 Ways to Get Recruiters & Job Offers to Come to YouStart Networking. Build Your Brand Online. Create a Professional Website. Keep on Applying for Jobs. Dress for the Job. Dont Badmouth Former Employers. Let Recruiters Know You are Open.25 Jan 2018
What should I ask a headhunter?
13 questions to ask a headhunterWhat is your recruiting specialty/niche?What do you wish you saw more of in candidates?How many candidates have you placed for this company?Whats your relationship with the hiring manager?Do you typically offer advice or feedback before and after the interview?More items •11 Feb 2021
Its not always fun, and sometimes it can be downright terrifying. But although it might feel strange to be so direct, reaching out to recruiters on LinkedIn is completely socially acceptable. 93 percent of hiring managers use LinkedIn to find candidates, so this is a platform you need to take advantage of.
Most likely if they are sourcing candidates they are looking for a very particular set of skills not just someone with a certain job title. If youre not using your LinkedIn profile to sell your experience, skills and achievements and make it easy for recruiters to contact you youre doing yourself a real disservice.
Can my current employer see me on indeed?
Employers do not have access to your Indeed Profile at all. This is kept completely confidential. They are not able to see other jobs you have applied for or any notes that you may have in your account.
Should you put your resume on Indeed?
Yes! You should be uploading your resume to online job boards as many hiring managers and recruiters search these sites for qualified candidates. Sites like Indeed charge employers a fee to browse through their pool of resumes. They also allow you to quickly apply for jobs with one click once your resume is uploaded.
What should you not ask a recruiter?
What NOT to ask a Recruiter“What does your company do?” Never speak with a recruiter without having some idea about what their company does. “Is there anything I should have asked and didnt?” Under no circumstances should you ever ask this one. “How many vacation days would I receive?”25 Oct 2018