The pros and cons so you can decide for yourself. This is a guest post by Frankie Eybsen. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. Professional recruiters make a living finding the perfect match: They help employers find the best employees, and they assist job seekers, when possible, in their job search to find the position that best matches their skills, experience, and salary requirements. But, in the end, a professional recruiter is hired – and paid – by the client who is seeking employees. That begs the question: Are professional recruiters your friend or your foe? Let’s consider the advantages and disadvantages of the professional recruiter, so you can decide for yourself.