What should you not say to a military recruiter?
Just say you are not interested nicely. Don’t say I would never join the Military, I am interested in peace not killing Don’t call here again I will sue you I am going the Marines they are the only service with real men I would never join the Navy I don’t like being naked around dudes (really?
Can you just walk into a military recruiter office?
Recruiters are busy people, they do a lot of office time in order to take care of walk-ins, but would really appreciate your being considerate of their time by making the appointment. Now, with all of that having been said, they’ll happily take care of you as a walk-in. An appointment isn’t required.
What will military recruiters ask me?
The first thing the recruiter is going to do is to pre-qualify you. The recruiter will ask you a bunch of questions to see if you qualify for military service. These will be questions about age, citizenship or immigration status, education level, criminal history, drug abuse history, and medical conditions.
How do I talk to a recruiter for the first time?
BlogBe honest. Make sure you don’t flower any skills or experiences because nine times out of ten the recruiter, staffing manager, or onboarding process will catch you. Keep the Job Description in Mind. Expect Brevity. Explain the Gaps. Prepare to Talk Money. Be Yourself!
Is it OK to ask a recruiter about salary?
Yes, you can definitely ask a recruiter about the salary for a position. This is one advantage of using a recruiter. When you apply for a position directly with an employer, you often do not have the exact salary information until the offer stage.
Is it rude to ask about salary?
In the US, it’s generally considered inappropriate / rude / tacky / a bad idea to discuss your income. This is just one of those things that’s drilled into you, like chewing with your mouth closed. Even if someone doesn’t judge you for your salary, they’ll judge you because you’re talking about it.
Can you negotiate salary with a recruiter?
But in reality, the recruiter is your best friend during salary negotiations. For one thing, it’s in the recruiter’s best interest to get you to say yes to the offer. Use that to your advantage by trying to do all negotiations through the recruiter, even if the hiring manager sends you the offer.