from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of recruit; one who recruits, particularly one employed to recruit others.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, recruits.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who recruits.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an official who enlists personnel for military service
- n. someone who supplies members or employees
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Brandon wonders if this recruiter is a Palin-style rogue:
• An HR recruiter is frustrated because digital and PR agencies reject her candidates for being "too experienced" or "too senior" for positions for which they are qualified.
Casting Preston (a man best known as a con artist in The Music Man) as the interstellar recruiter is half of what makes this film awesome.
The recruiter is not interested in creativity, passion, what you could add beyond the scripted requirements - only in what degrees you have and how many years you have been in exactly that same role you are applying for now.
I wanted to go on that exciting bussiness trip so I called the recruiter in DC that same afternoon to ask what was going on.
I called the recruiter, and I said, "Will you slot me into a unit only if they go into Iraq."
So I today I called a recruiter to see what s/he thought I should do--call Office A or Office B or just wait.
I did well, and my counselor encouraged me to meet with a recruiter from the California Institute of
They are apt to spend their days in cease = less debate with angry student leaders, reviewing contin gency plans for riot control, or desperately attempting to extricate some hapless recruiter from the basement of the university employment service.
On the way home I called the recruiter to let her know how I thought the day went and she called me back to say that the feedback was positive, but that she wouldn't know anything either way for a while.