An employment agency is defined as an organization that finds employers or employees within a given industry or occupation.
We maintain a list of employment agencies designed for helping professionals connect with recruiters at staffing firms across the country in a variety of industries and occupations.
Review categories below (by industry and geographic location)
Make your desired selection and route to the corresponding page
Conduct your own research and connect with agencies directly
Save Time and Improve Odds
Savvy job seekers understand the value of connecting with employment agencies in your industry or city. This is an effective tactic for trying to jump start your job search, make new contacts, and explore multiple openings.
Get Industry Specific
Many employment agencies are dedicated to serving one specific industry, occupation, niche, or geographic territory. Some are narrowly focused – others are quite broad. You should research and identity ones in your realm.
Unbiased Feedback and Advice
Some employment agencies are quite willing to engage in conversation with job seekers. Many recruiters at these agencies offer helpful advice and/or unfiltered feedback – this external perspective can be valuable information.
Things to Consider When Contacting Employment Agencies
Employment agencies are generally inviting and welcoming to job seekers. Most agencies make it easy for professionals to reach them and/or upload a copy of your Resume to their website.
The vast majority of employment agencies are free (no charge) to job seekers. This means it doesn’t cost money to upload a copy of your Resume and/or give employment agencies a phone call to introduce yourself.
Employment agencies conduct preliminary interviews and assessments with prospective job seekers for temporary, temp-to-hire, part-time, and full-time jobs across a broad range of industries and occupations.
Employment agencies are not obligated to help you find work. Most recruiters will only genuinely take an interest in qualified candidates for vacant roles they’re responsible for filling.
Employment Agencies by Category
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Agencies (all industries)
Food & Beverage
Employment Agencies by Location
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