A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from someone who was recently laid off from his job
"This guy was an acquaintance. I had met him before at events, but only in passing. So, I didn't have direct work experience with him, I wasn't a fellow colleague and he wasn't a friend. I steered him to my weekly Talking Points e-newsletter, where I share open positions weekly. And I spent a few minutes on the phone with him providing advice.
This is a pretty common occurrence-I get these types of inquiries routinely. Partly because friends and colleagues send people my way. And partly because some people apparently think I'm a full-time recruiter (insert smiley face emoji here)!..."
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