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Wall Street Journal

Landing a Job In a Bad Market

Tuesday, July 8, 2003
By Kris Maher

Shifts in Recruiting Business Offer Applicants
Some New Options as Unemployment Rises

During the past 2 1/2 years, the U.S. economy has lost more than three million private-sector jobs. Unfortunately for anyone hunting for work, that figure includes thousands of recruiters.
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Financial Times

The Toy Industry Needs Boots on the Ground

Wednesday, September 19, 2007
By Tom Keoughan

Some New Options as Unemployment Rises

China is not the only culprit in the recent recalls of everything from toys to toothpaste and a wide variety of other consumer products. Shoddy manufacturing and quality control practices are endemic to the system that provides American consumers with low priced goods. America's mass market retailers, led by Wal-Mart, drive this by using toys as a loss leader to attract foot traffic into their stores during the holiday shopping season.
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According to Danny

Danny Cahill Interviews Tom Keoughan

December 2007

Tom Keoughan is interviewed by the recruiting industry's leading trainer and strategist, Danny Cahill. 
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The search business recognizes Tom Keoughan as of one of the best

June 9-11, 2010

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Tom Keoughan's rebuttal, featured in The Fordyce Letter, of Smart Money's '10 Things Employment Recruiters Won't Say' Article

October 25, 2010

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Pinnacle Perspectives

During the late 2000’s, Super-recruiter Dave Staats of The Pinnacle Society put together a recruiter Q&A series for the leading recruiting journal, The Fordyce Letter. Recruiters would write in about their most difficult and tricky recruiting situations and various Pinnacle Society members would respond with advice. Toyjobs’, Tom Keoughan, being large of mouth, was a regular contributor.

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