About Us

Who We Are- The Recruiter Network

TheRecruiterNetwork.com is a recruitment platform and a database containing tens of thousands of Recruiters with open positions and hundreds of thousands of Job Seekers’ resumes that has been growing since being launched in 2001. Each Recruiter is verified in order to ensure the integrity of the system.

Why We are Different

Unlike other resume sites, we attract more Recruiters because we give them FREE access to our resume database once they are verified. Our efficient filtering options ensure that a resume will not get lost in the “haystack” of thousands of resumes posted each day. In addition to that, we also provide option for free resume review. Learn how to maximize your resume so that our Recruiters take notice. You can sign up as a Job Seeker to get a free resume review. So get in touch with best recruiters for job seekers

We are proud of:


Over 30,000 active Recruiters on our platform


Over a million Job Seekers

About The Recruiter Network

Efficient filtering in order to make such a huge database workable


Our service is free, Premium is optional

The alternative job search model

It is our belief that the traditional means of filling positions and finding employment is obsolete. It is no longer necessary to scan newspapers, make cold calls, use the mail and wait for an employer or candidate to contact you. The wave of the future in filling open positions and obtaining employment is utilizing the Internet to connect the right (targeted) Recruiters with the right (pre-qualified) Job Seekers.

Our Mission Statement

The Recruiter Network is committed to maintaining an active and current database of Recruiters and Job Seeker resumes. We evaluate our database to ensure that it represents Recruiters from all Industries. Recruiters will be supplied with only pre-qualified resumes that match their filter selection. Job Seekers may post their resume for free or may choose to be exposed to Recruiters specializing in the Job Seekers’ industry, job function and geographical preference.