I recognize the obvious here, namely, that skeptics assume that a recruiter will automatically skew an article like this toward all the ills associated with counter offers, as acceptances of such entreaties block placements and the fees that follow. It is a fair point, but I approach this topic from a much broader perspective, as I have been a candidate myself at various points in my career — and have received several counter offers — and have been significantly involved in recruiting as a member of senior management teams, a manager of my own departments, and as a law firm partner who was heavily involved with the hiring committee.
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