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Are you curious about a career in recruitment? If you are we would love to hear from you but, naturally, the choice you make needs to match your expectations. So what are the pros and cons…

Ask most people in the sector and they will tell you recruitment gives them a buzz. You are at the cutting edge of commerce and you deal with a variety of clients with sometimes short deadlines. You need to understand people and putting people in their dream job definitely brings rewards.

Rewards… yes that also means money and recruitment is a fast growing sector where there are limited barriers to progression. You can learn sales and team management skills that will always stand you in good stead and you can earn excellent commission.

Warning… nothing comes without hard work in recruitment and, like every sector, there can be tough times. Recruitment, though, should be fun and often brings out the best in people. It’s a career we can certainly recommend and one where you can make life long friends.

So Why Choose Berry for a recruitment career?
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