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Author - Brian Young
Brian is a Recruitment Manager for Creative Circle, the largest Marketing / Creative Staffing Agency in the US, where he implements recruitment / talent acquisition and placement strategies to engage, collaborate, partner with and place top digital, motion, content and traditional creative talent. His honed eye for identifying creative talent has made him a top recruiter and a valuable resource to business partners. Additionally, Brian leads a team of top performing Recruiters: manages, coaches and develops teams directly contributing to year over year growth while developing and fostering a culture that he can be proud of.
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An introduction and conversation with Brian Young of Creative Circle, learning about his career to-date and his insights into the creative jobs industry.