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torpkev
2y

I got call from a recruiter today for a job I applied for on ziprecruiter. The job is listed as remote. He says no, it's Denver, I said ok, well the listing says remote, he says, ok, remote is fine. He then argued with me about salary after I said it depends on the company on where I'm happy to negotiate to, and I'd want to know about benefits etc.. here is what I currently make, etc etc. He kept on trying to make me pick an hourly number.. I said I don't know the company, so he told me the company name.. them started in again about hourly rate (no idea who the company was). Finally he moved on and said he'd email details.

5 mins later, email comes through, please give hourly salary. Then another saying he'd pass my details on and I can just ask for about remote during the interview. And then another email 2 mins later asking for education etc, all of which is in my resume. I looked the company he was recruiting for up to find that it's an IT recruitment firm, looking to fill a clients position. So a recruiter recruiting for a recruiter :|

I'll be so happy when I find a new job and don't have to deal with these idiots again.

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  • 4
    If the recruiter is a jerkface or a mouthbreather, go around them and apply directly.
  • 1
    @Root I've always thought that would be a dick move..

    But on the other hand, I'm not looking for them to be my friend.
  • 2
    @torpkev It totally is. But when they're a jerkface they deserve it, and when they're a mouthbreather, going around them will absolutely increase your chances because they're being that same useless, annoying dunce to the company, too.
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