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Going In-House - Unique Aspects Of In-house Positions, The Interview Process, The Importance Of Homework, Personality Fit

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The process of making a move in-house is complex. There is often very little information available about in-house job openings, compensation structures, and employers’ backgrounds. This is why working with a headhunter during this stage of your career has significant perks. Legal recruiters, especially those specifically catering to the in-house job market, are an invaluable resource when it comes to finding out about job openings and developing solid connections with in-house employers. Remember that your personality and experience are the keys to going in-house. Do not treat in-house interviews as you would firm interviews. Focus on making connections with your interviewers, showing a genuine interest in the company, and demonstrating how your experience can benefit them in the long run.

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