Monday, May 02, 2011

Emails invite former IT pros (me at least) to recruit

Today (May 2), I got several emails from an outfit called “careerstaffings.com” (no MYWOT or McAfee website rating), saying it had reviewed my resume and could earn over $60 an hour screening other resumes.  Although recruiting might be a promising income earning idea, as the economy slowly re-expands, I suspect that at best you get paid only when someone is placed.  It all sounds like “a likely story”.  Anyone know anything about this?

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saying it had reviewed my resume and could earn over $60 an hour screening other resumes.