Recruiters: How much do they earn?

Recruitment agents are often considered the go-to industry professionals, but the reality is they earn a lot less than most people think. 

The reality is that recruitment agents earn an average of $11,000 per year, according to Recruitment Finance. 

What is more, the average salary is actually a bit higher than it sounds. 

In fact, an average recruiter earns an average $18,500, according Recruiter Finance.

The average recruiter earns about $20,000 a year. 

However, if you work in a top-level agency, you can expect to make more money than an average recruite, as it is common for recruiters to work at multiple agencies. 

A typical recruiter’s pay ranges from $10,000 to $12,000.

Recruiting agencies typically pay recruiters $50,000 for the work they do. 

As the salary varies depending on the agency, it’s important to know the average for each agency, as this will help you compare the pay of your recruiter with the other agencies.

How much do recruiters make?

The average salary for an agency recruiter is $10.1 million per year according to Recruit Marketing, according. 

This is an increase of about $2,000 from last year’s figure. 

Salaries are up slightly over last year, as recruiters work at agencies with a median pay of $13,000, according Recruiter Marketing. 

How much can I expect to earn?

According to Recruitor Finance, an agent’s average salary will increase from $11.6 million last year to $11 million this year.

A recruiter can expect an increase in pay of about 4.4 percent. 

There are two main types of recruiter jobs. 

First, a recruiter in a large agency might work in positions like recruiting managers, senior managers, or sales managers. 

Second, there are more niche roles that recruiters can fill such as senior consultants, marketing directors, and so on. 

Recruits can expect their average salary to increase from last years figure to $13.3 million. 

For the full salary list, click here. 

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