In recruiting, a typical work day consists of over 50 cold/warm calls daily. Some of these call will result in screening a physician to find out their top priorities for a new position, the pros and cons of their current position and schedule and what they will be seeking in a future opportunity. My previous experience has allowed me to apply the science of recruiting to every physician I spoke with. Being able to dig into someone's professional and personal life with ease, while selling/turning them onto your opportunity is very rewarding. Another rewarding fact about this role is taking a physician who is over worked, under paid or exhausted from a terrible schedule and relocating their family to a new community where all personal and professional needs are met is the most rewarding part of my job. i'm helping a human being and a community at the same time! The office environment is stellar. Everyone in the Atlanta location is kind, warm and friendly. This type of role is either sink or swim. Recruiters have to constantly educate themselves, while working 24/7. The hardest part of my job was being in a region that was very difficult to recruit to. My best experience in physician recruiting was with another firm where I worked in all markets. The mix of specialties and locations provided faster success versus being in a region where the recruiting processes and success proved to be slower and more difficult; and from my experience, recruiting to a difficult region in the beginning stages of relationship building, combined with no true support from management will always prove to be unsuccessful. The most enjoyable part of my job was talking to people. If you don't like to talk, this position is not for you!