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If you're interested in finding employment as a legal recruiter, don't be discouraged by today's relatively bleak economy. In fact, every sector in the job market is suffering to some extent. That means that the legal profession, too, isn't hiring and in some cases is even laying off staff, including lawyers. Nonetheless, as the economy picks up, the job market is expected to as well — and that holds true of legal recruiter jobs in the US, too. If you like people and you like the challenge of finding the right candidate to fill that perfect position, perhaps a career as a legal recruiter might be for you. Take a look to find out more.
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THE LAW-JOB SEARCH BEGINS WITH INFORMATION-GATHERING. Assemble as much information about your areas of interest as possible. Unpredictable, but useful, information sources for the general job market in a particular locale are state and city bar association directories and journals. Investigate also your college alumni journals and place