What others are saying about careerDaddy!
Read about what others are saying about us!
Excellent service offering a personal touch, if I had an issue they were no longer than a phone call away and were always quick to respond.John
careerDaddy offer an amazing service and I couldn’t be happier! They are dedicated to helping recruiters find great candidates, wonderful service!Boris
If I didn’t find careerDaddy I’m pretty sure i’d be no where, they helped me find a job in less than 2 days and the job is amazing, amazing service!Lisa
Wow just Wow! careerDaddy is an excellent service that offers personal one to one help finding a job and they know how to please, i’d use them again!David
Without careerDaddy i’d be homeless, they found me a job and got me sorted out quickly with everything! Can’t quite believe the service level that they offer!Faith Brown
I’m incredibly pleased with careerDaddy’s service. They offer quality candidates & super quick support, they have turned me into a big fan.John Moore
Companies We’ve Helped
Some of the companies we've helped recruit excellent applicants over the years.
How It All Works
Here at careerDaddy, we want everything to be as simple as possible for both job seekers and employers.
If you are looking for a job, simply register yourself as a Candidate. If you are looking to hire, simply register yourself as an Employer. Once you have done so, start using careerdaddy! If you have any questions, email or call us! It's just that simple!
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