About Andy Gregory

Since 1997, I have been a recruiter and I love it.  I got started with the largest recruiting firm in Indiana – moved to a smaller regional firm where I was the top producer and decided I could do recruiting better on my own.

My career prior to recruiting was spent working for a $10 billion financial services organization followed by a 2 year wilderness experience where I did not know where my career was headed.  That 2 year experience led me to an industry where I can bring an empathy that you might not find in most recruiters.

It is my hope that this blog entertains as well as educates – is insightful and inciteful.  One word of caution, if you do not like the thoughts in this blog you probably would not enjoy working with me – but I hope you do enjoy it.


2 Responses to “About Andy Gregory”

  1. Laura James April 27, 2011 at 1:55 PM #

    Hi Andy,

    I love your blog, and I want to introduce you to Inside Jobs (www.insidejobs.com), a new career exploration website that I think you will be impressed with. We’d be a great resource for your readers and would love to be featured on your blog—our goal is to be far more extensive than any other career resource, and we have a good start down that path.

    I’ve included a brief summary of our site below. I’d love to send you more information about the site and chat about a blog feature, interview etc. if you’re interested. Please let me know.

    Look forward to hearing from you,

    Laura James
    Head of Content
    Inside Jobs: Career Day Every Day

    In a brief overview of our Inside Jobs, we’ve written thousands of job descriptions to help people figure out what they want to do in their career. We’ve broken down jargon so the descriptions are fun to read and include salary ranges, work environment information, and a “how to become” section that talks about education and training needed to enter a job.

    We’re also adding interactive media components to our descriptions, so you can watch informational interviews, and hear from people in the field about what really think about their position. Finally, we have tracked resumes and job posting to figure out which jobs most commonly precede and follow a given position, so that users can examine common career trajectories in a field.

  2. Daniel October 31, 2012 at 4:16 PM #

    Dude, write another blog

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