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Old 12-04-2007, 03:48 PM
 
Location: Dallas
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My wife and I currently live in the Dallas Texas area and since our kids have now left home, we wanted to get back to the East Coast. My wife is from Maryland and we both enjoy the MD & DE area and have been trying relocate there for the last couple of years. I have over 30 years of credit management experience in a manufacturing environment and have tried to get assistance from several recruiters in the area. Unfortunately, I can't even get a recruiter to return my telephone calls or answer my emails.
Does any one have a reliable recruiter that they have successfully used in the area?
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Old 12-04-2007, 07:16 PM
 
Location: GA and NC
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My wife and I currently live in the Dallas Texas area and since our kids have now left home, we wanted to get back to the East Coast. My wife is from Maryland and we both enjoy the MD & DE area and have been trying relocate there for the last couple of years. I have over 30 years of credit management experience in a manufacturing environment and have tried to get assistance from several recruiters in the area. Unfortunately, I can't even get a recruiter to return my telephone calls or answer my emails.
Does any one have a reliable recruiter that they have successfully used in the area?
Hi and welcome. I think the reason you are not getting responses from recruiters, is due to the lack of co's out there who are using recruiters, especially in lack luster job markets. If you feel as though you are more comfortable using a recruiter, the Wash. DC will be your best bet. Jobs are more plentiful there. I would also start posting your resume on Career Builder, and other job INTERNET resources. Seems to me you shouldn't have a problem locating a job in credit management, there should be some sort of resource out there for manufacturing. Start searching the web for manufacturing co's in MD and DE, quite honestly none come to mind at the moment.
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Old 12-05-2007, 07:46 AM
 
Location: Dallas
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Thanks dee2south. I have had my resume on Careerbuilder, Monster and HotJobs. But I think your right and I will start contacting manufacturing companies on a direct basis. I know based on my experience I will never use a recruiter again to hire new empolyees.
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