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Top 14 Recruitment Agencies In Australia To Find Your Dream Job

Written by Raj

Yesterday one of my friends Whatsapped me for finding a suitable job for one of her friend. We had a brief chat and I suggested her that going through Recruitment Agencies would open a door for her friend. As per my personal experience, in Australia, there are only four prominent ways of landing to any job and they are –

1) Personal Network

The fastest way to land into any job in Australia is via a personal network. If you know someone in that workplace then you may get that job in no time or at least you’ll be called for an interview. The reason why this method works so flawlessly is that 80% of the jobs are not advertised anywhere and hiring through personal network builds the trust factor. You can build a personal network by going to various networking programs like by joining Meetup groups, or Toastmasters events, or your industry specific events. You can also expand your network through Linkedin.

2) Recruitment Agencies

Second best chance of landing your dream job is through a recruitment agency. They act as a mediator between employer and job seeker. Hiring a good candidate for any company is an expensive affair. Therefore many companies outsource this task to third-party recruiting agencies. You can submit your resume to these agencies and wait for their call. Also, you can even fix a meeting with them for personal meeting and look for suitable openings or guidance. Also, you can attend their Meetup group events for networking. I have provided 14 of such recruiting agencies. The list is not limited to what I have provided, you can Google for more.

Top 14 Recruitment Agencies In Australia (in no order)

  1. Robert Half
  2. Morgan Consulting
  3. Hudson Australia
  4. Smaart Recruitment
  5. Horner Recruitment
  6. Hays Recruiting Experts
  7. Dixon Appointments
  8. Manpower Australia
  9. Michael Page
  10. Adecco
  11. Randstad
  12. Recruit Saver
  13. Superior People Recruitment
  14. First Personnel
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3) Job Hunt Websites

I am really not sure if these websites really work or not. As per my rough estimate, if you apply for 200 jobs, you may or may not get a call for an interview for one job. But there is no harm in trying. You really need to tailor-made your resume, cover letter, and email as per job opening to increase the chance of getting interview call.

4) Cold Calls

It is nothing but visiting directly to various companies and dropping your resume. It may work for small businesses like tax firm but it may not work for bigger entities.

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