Presenting the Top TE Recruiters for 2020
We don’t have to tell you that 2020 was a rough year for agency recruiters and search consultants. You know ALL about it.
However, recruiters in Top Echelon Network still made a lot of money. In fact, according to the list of the top TE recruiters for 2020, they made just as much through the Network last year as they did in previous years. (We’re talking on average, of course. We know that results vary.)
However, before we surge ahead, let’s look behind, albeit briefly. Specifically, let’s look at the aforementioned list of the top-producing recruiters in Top Echelon Network from 2019!
As you can see below, Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group is once again the Recruiter of the Year in the Network. Although he did not eclipse the $1 million mark, as he’s done in years past, he did pass the $600K mark. That was still nearly twice as much as the second-place recruiters on the list.
So before we unveil the full list of top-producing recruiters, I must trot out our usual disclaimer regarding these rankings:
Our annual list of the top recruiters is determined by Members’ cash-in total in our split network on a rolling 12-month basis. The order of the list reflects the recruiters’ cash-in total for the 2020 calendar year, which ended at midnight on December 31, 2020.
Below are the top 10 recruiters in Top Echelon Network for 2020, from #10 to #1. We’ve included the recruiter’s name, their agency name, and their total cash-in.
#10—Debbie Winkelbauer of Surf Search.: $110,920
#9—John Peterson of Sun Recruiting, Inc.: $115,345
#8—Austin Morioka of E-Health Jobsp: $116,560
#7—Joe Cresci of Food Management Search: $117,124
#6—Gary Schultz of Work 22, Inc.: $124,014
#5—Maria Hemminger of MJ Recruiters, LLC: $149,180
#4—Michael Stuck of Gables Search Group:$161,726
#3—Terry Rhodes of NewCareers: $208,497
#2—Steve Kohn of Affinity Search: $350,955
#1—Trey Cameron of the Cameron Craig Group: $638,944
Usually, I would plug the upcoming Top Echelon Network National Convention right here, but we don’t know for sure if there will be one this year. Although the COVID-19 pandemic is still a factor in the United States and around the world, there is still a chance that there will be a convention. (Although it might be in the fall, as compared to the spring, when we’ve traditionally held it.)
Keep reading The Pinnacle newsletter for updates regarding the National Convention and other Network announcements.
In the meantime, join us in congratulating the top-producing recruiters listed above.
And here’s to hoping that 2021 is a better year for every recruiter in Top Echelon Network!