Be honest about strengths and weaknesses when talking with a recruiter, advises career counselor Kimberly Thompson. Candidates should highlight why their skills and experience are different than others and be up front about salary expectations. "Finally, if you are working with a recruiter, remember they work for the client and you are responsible for taking care of your career," Thompson concludes.
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