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noun as in bird dog

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He believes the way to get there is to prioritize recruiting channels where they can tap into a wider variety of potential recruits for the company.

The recruits they invited to review the works often judged AI-created art to be better than those by people.

She credits her childhood on the reservation with helping her, at 5-foot-2, easily handle the same boot camp exercises as male recruits.

The companies will then continue to follow the trial’s recruits for a total of two years.

Sixteen of the recruits spun in a centrifuge for a total of 30 minutes each day.

At Michigan, he would be a formidable recruiter, able to evoke the tradition of his former iconic coach, Bo Schembechler.

“It was crazy,” one military recruiter told me at Fort Hamilton in Brooklyn some years ago.

Grimm worked as a recruiter at the Detroit Free Press for eighteen years, a position that required him to perform exit interviews.

Though he had run a 2:35 marathon, served as a drill instructor and as a Marine recruiter, he had zero IT background.

Daniele Hoffman was 17 years old when she met the recruiter for the National Guard who she says eventually attempted to rape her.

To begin with, they bought their labour from Johnny Be-blowed, the most notorious recruiter in the Solomons.

I felt somewhat commended; I trimmed more upright in carriage; he was certainly a clever recruiter.

He's big enough to pass a recruiter; they ain't too particular about age these days.

“Johnny,” the native recruiter, had a Winchester beside him at the steering sweep.

You're such an ardent recruiter, you ought to make sure that he is doing his bit of butchery.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recruiter, such as: canvasser, detective, private eye, talent scout, and scout.

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