Most of the time in the job search, you’re the one in the driver’s seat. It’s up to you to write an amazing resume, find an opportunity that’s right for you, apply to the position and really market yourself to the company. But if you’ve got an impressive enough background or a mastery of hard-to-find skills, recruiters might be the ones reaching out to you.
So what should you do when the tables are turned? Are the rules the same, or do things need to be handled differently?