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In my experience, the issue comes down to LinkedIn simply having too many of these types of recruiters. For every 1 good interaction I was having, I had about 99 that did not add value. Most recruiters don't seem to even bother to actually read your profile, and some will even send me messages that were so clearly copy-pasted that they forgot to swap out the ...


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There are two types of recruiters. 1) They are an employee for a specific company. If they reach out to you it is because they have a specific opening they are trying to fill, and they want to get you to the interview stage. 2) They work for a company that is hired to to find candidates/employees for their clients. They probably are looking for people that ...


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If phone calls are an issue, then you can attempt to have the recruiter send you information via email. As a communication channel, it should be secure enough for them not to worry about "LinkedIn" reading their message and its a professional method of communication. You can also clarify what information they should send you. E.g. Job Title, Pay, Job Type (...


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On the face of it, it definitely seems like an odd question. Why would you ever reject a job based on it paying too well. However, while some people may feel comfortable to fight for as much above their minimum as possible - there are also many people who have a comfortable salary range where they feel their skills would meet the expectation set by the ...


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I told them my minimum salary idea. She said, "no. What is the maximum salary you would accept?" This is a really odd question. I would accept any number higher than my minimum salary (assuming everything else about the offer and position is fine) and I think 99% of people would do the same. Thus saying "I have no maximum salary requirement" would work. ...


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Probably a test to check how bold you are able to think. And given you are thinking really big what in exchange you would be willing and able to give.


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I think this was a poorly phrased "Give me a salary range". If something like this happens in the future, just give them the standard, "I'm looking for something in the range of "X" to "Y". and leave it at that.


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