Poll: Placements Made in a Recruiting Career
In The Pinnacle Newsletter Blog, we talk a lot about placements made in a month, a quarter, and even a year. But what about during a recruiting career?
That’s a good question. In fact, it’s such a good question that we decided to make it a poll question in the Top Echelon Network Members’ Area.
So now that we have the results of that poll, you can measure yourself against other Network members. As you can see by those results, there’s one group that stands out from the rest.
How many placements have you made in your recruiting career?
The choice of answers that we provided is listed below, along with the percentage of split network recruiters that selected each one:
- Less than 50 — 9.4%
- Between 50 and 100 — 11.0%
- Between 100 and 150 — 10.2%
- Between 151 and 200 — 9.4%
- Between 201 and 250 — 8.7%
- More than 250 — 51.2%
Climbing the recruiting career ladder
First, the obvious: Network recruiters have made a TON of placements during their recruiting career.
After all, more than half of poll participants (51.2%) reported that they’ve made “more than 250” placements. They could have made 251 or they could have made 500. Heck, they could have made 999, for all we know.
What does this mean? It means that the majority of Top Echelon recruiters have been in the profession for a while. Not only that, but they’ve also been extremely successful in their recruiting career, at least in terms of placements made.
After that group, the remaining poll participants were pretty evenly spread out. The next popular answer was “between 50 and 100” at 11%. After that was “between 100 and 150” at 10.2%. Hey, 150 placements is nothing to sneeze at. Neither are 100 placements.
Two answers were tied at 9.4%. They were “less than 50” and “between 150 and 200.” I suppose you could say this shows some balance in our recruiter network. Or I suppose you could say I’m making things up. Either way, let’s continue.
No coming in last place here
Coming in last place was “between 201 and 250” placements. That answer garnered 8.7% of the vote. However, any recruiter who has made that many placements in their recruiting career is NOT coming in last place.
The results of this poll speak to the high quality of Network members. We employ a four-step screening process for a reason. We want recruiters who not only have a track record of success, but who also can help their split recruiting partners enjoy more success, too.
How many of these placements are split placements? While we don’t have a definitive answer for that question, splits are definitely represented in the overall total. So the results of this poll also speak to the high value of membership in Top Echelon Network.
Our mission is to help recruiters make more placements—split or otherwise. We strive to accomplish that mission over and over, each and every day.
Looking to maximize your membership and make more placements in Top Echelon’s recruiting network?
Then contact Director of Network Operations Drea Codispoti, CPC/CERS. You can do so by calling 330.455.1433, x156 or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.