Mallory McQuistan: keeping an even head

Mallory McQuistan: keeping an even head

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How can former athletes match their mentality with a career in the recruitment industry? gpac’s Alpha Pac recruiter Mallory McQuistan proves that any profile and skill set can be adapted to succeed in professional matchmaking.

Although prior to joining gpac she had a solid background as a 3M worker, the path to becoming a recruiter for the steel industry came with many challenges. From learning a new craft to dealing with rejection, the ups and downs of recruitment almost got her to throw in the towel. Fortunately, her competitive spirit and the support from her coach and team allowed her to become one of gpac’s top billers.

Becoming an Alpha has allowed her to experience firsthand the flexibility that comes with the Laptop Lifestyle. Despite the belief that even when you work from home, you have an 8 AM to 5 PM schedule, Mallory sets her day according to her most productive hours. The rest she likes to spend with her family, keeping up with the hobbies that help her relax and refocus, and working out.

The recruitment industry and gpac have been a breakthrough in Mallory’s life. As she has achieved financial freedom and a healthier work-life balance, she can now provide for her family while she’s also allowed to spend more time with her loved ones, compared to previous jobs where she had swing shifts and worked on weekends and holidays.

If you’re seeking to balance your work life, gain flexibility while working from home, and jump into the recruitment industry backed by the proven formula of company with over 30 years of experience, apply to become a recruiter and start building your desk with gpac. Click here: http://bit.ly/YTGoGpac


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