I'm in the IT job market and have been getting constant emails and voice mails from headhunters, which I've basically been ignoring. Could this be a mistake? I'm skeptical of them and get the "spammer" vibe from them. I know they're about on the same level as a used car salesman.... here's how my last experience with a used car salesman went. -Found exact car I wanted (My VR-4) about 2 hours away listed for $13,500 -Went to test drive it and liked it -Offered $10k tax title and tags out the door -told him out right I had my own financing and wasn't interested in negotiating on monthly payments or any of that bullshit -he says they can't legally pay tax title and tags themselves, so I revised my offer to $10k minus the total cost of tax title tags -walked out -get a call next the day, $10k out the door, tax, title and tags....car is mine I'm wondering if headhunters may be useful if I take this same type of approach with them? Anyone of you OT IT people have success with the headhunters?