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Discussion in 'Jobs and Help Wanted Board' started by brucehenry0com, Sep 18, 2007.

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    brucehenry0com

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    Perhaps your a new graduate, ready for your first job as a dentist. Or,
    maybe you want to leave your current practice; maybe you just want to see what's out there.

    You may have posted your CV on Monster.com, maybe you checked out Craigs List, maybe you have tried calling employers individually.

    Another option you might not know about is a recruiter. Dentists are in High demand these days, and employers or retiring dentists who want to sell their practice are willing to pay recruiters to find you- the dentist looking for a job. The great thing about this is that you don't have to pay a dime, a recruiter wants to find you, and will help you along every step of the way until you find an opportunity that matches your interests.

    New York city, Austin Texas, Las Angles, or even Huntsville, Alabama- there are practices everywhere- and they need eager professionals like you. The world is now yours for the taking, so go ahead, post that CV on monster, surf craig's list, and open the yellowpages, but please take the time to think about calling a recruiter- we get paid to help you find a job after all.

    If your interested stop by brucehenry.com and read more, or call us at 954-763-5966
     
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