June 18, 2018

Business Development: The Flexible Career With High Earning Potential


According to an Indeed survey, job seekers want three things out of a new job:

  1. Great compensation
  2. A convenient location
  3. Flexible work options

Doing business development for Recruiter.com offers exactly these things — plus a host of other benefits.

Interested in doing business development under the Recruiter.com umbrella? Join the Recruiter.com Certification Program, where you can start earning while you’re learning everything you need to know to be a top-caliber recruiter.

Want to know more about what a career in business development can offer you? Let’s take a closer look:

1. Great Earning Potential

As a business development representative for Recruiter.com, you can make money in two ways.

First, you earn a flat fee for every signed agreement that you bring in with at least one job order. Second, you earn a commission on any placements made on these job orders, whether you or another recruiter fills them. That’s right: Even if you don’t fill the role yourself, you’ll earn a cut of the fee.

Recruiter.com’s business development representatives are self-directed. Recruiter.com provides qualified leads; you make the calls. This means the sky is the limit for how much you earn. There are no caps: However many agreements you bring in, that’s how much you’ll get paid.

2. Control Over Your Schedule

There is no more convenient office location than your own home — which is where you’ll work as a Recruiter.com business development representative. As for flexible work, you are totally in charge of your schedule. Spend as much or as little time as you’d like every day making calls and landing deals. As a business development representative for Recruiter.com, you call the shots.

3. Professional Development Opportunities

The Recruiter.com Certification Program exists to teach you everything you need to know about recruiting and business development. Even if you’ve never worked in the field before, we have you covered.

Moreover, those business development representatives who really excel will be invited to work directly on staff as employees of Recruiter.com.

And even if business development isn’t your ultimate career aspiration, it can be a great option for people just starting their careers, re-entering the workforce, or looking to make themselves more marketable candidates. Business development will help you cultivate a number of desirable skills, including communication skills, problem-solving, negotiation, client relations, customer service, sales skills, marketing skills, and more. These skills can be easily transferred to most other professions, making you a more attractive candidate in your chosen field.

So, if you want a lucrative, rewarding, and highly flexible career, Recruiter.com’s business development team may be exactly what you’re looking for. To get started, sign up for the Recruiter.com Certification Program today!

Matthew Kosinski is the managing editor of Recruiter.com.