I read recently in a random article that there were 6,900 open jobs within Talent Acquisition in the United States currently. Wow. For the people that think AI (artificial intelligence for those living under a rock) will take over the recruiting industry, might want to consider again. The silver lining for many out there, even the worst recruiters probably have a great chance at being employed. As I have mentioned in other articles, my LinkedIn news feed seems to have become the comment section for a Reddit thread about bad recruiting. Trust me, every single person in the world can come up with the most insane situation in which they had a terrible experience dealing with a recruiter. After all, we are human, and there is little barrier to entry for this profession.