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raw recruit

a new, inexperienced, or fresh recruit, such as someone just entering the army, navy, police, etc. These boys are nothing but raw recruits. They've never seen a gun up close!
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recruit someone for something

to seek and engage someone for something. Harry had to recruit a few people for the new jobs that opened up. We recruited three more people for the project.
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recruit someone from something

to convince someone to leave something and join one's own group. Phyllis recruited a new work team from the company she used to work for. We recruited a number of people from private industry.
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recruit someone into something

to seek out and induct someone into something. The recruitment office tried to recruit ten people a week into the army. The army recruited almost no one during the month of December.
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marine (recruit)

and marine officer
n. an empty beer or liquor bottle. (see also dead soldier, dead marine. These expressions are probably meant as derogatory to either marines or officer.) Every now and then the gentle muttering of the customers was accented by the breaking of a marine as it hit the floor. There’s a marine officer laying in the fireplace.
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color) Soon-to-be soldier Gareth Gorden reads up on Army life at the new recruiting office for the Army along Soledad Canyon Road.
When recruiting the student athlete at the school, we make sure to organize our daily schedule, date, and time of visit.
They were imbued with the "crazy" idea that a local (versus a multinational) recruiting firm could be run professionally, with each consultant focusing on a certain area of expertise rather than running around trying to handle everything that comes across their path.
It helps gain knowledge and experiences from other types of businesses, such as recruiting and hiring practices, benefits to employees, advertising positions and development of staff," Cunningham says.
As an actionable, measurable, updateable marketing tool, the Enhanced CD promises to deliver the recruiting results the Army needs and wants.
The agencies are operated by what the company calls managing partners, who receive resources from New England Financial to conduct the recruiting effort, Cuff said.
Holding: The IRS concluded that since the hospital engaged in physician recruiting practices resulting in a criminal conviction, it did not qualify for tax exemption under Sec.
Mike Nichols, Director of Physician Recruiting at Scott & White Clinic, Temple, Tex.
Smaller threats should mean fewer case officers recruiting even fewer, but more sharply targeted, agents.
Too often, firms seeking to recruit accountants execute a generic recruiting program without taking into consideration differences in the way they are perceived on campus.
a leading provider of Web-based talent management solutions, announced today that Cruise West, the largest American-owned cruise line and leader in small-ship cruising, has implemented OpenHire, SilkRoad technology's Web-based recruiting management system.
Bieniemy, UCLA's running backs coach for three years and recruiting coordinator the past 11 months, accepted the same position with the NFL's Minnesota Vikings on Monday, but his recruiting strategy figures to remain.
The three stages in the athletic recruiting process through which every athlete will include:
We are not a firm that particularly specializes in recruiting for foreign IT firms, but focus on recruiting for international financial institutions and foreign law firms.
While no recruiting tool can replace the personal time you and your staff spend with prospective counselors, an effectively designed media tool can strengthen your overall recruiting plan.