Stories from our people

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From intern to senior consultant

When Feven Yeshanew took on an internship at Robert Walters' London HQ in 2016, she likely wouldn't have guessed that she'd be working as a senior consultant back in her native Toronto in just a few short years.

From IT consultancy to recruitment

Madhuri Srinivasa, consultant in our Tokyo office, discusses her move from IT consultancy in her native Bangalore to a successful recruitment career in Japan.

From Brazil to the Philippines

After six years working in our São Paulo office, Silvia Quirino joined our Philippines team. We asked Silvia to share why she made the move and what it’s like to work in our Manila office.

How to start your recruitment career at Robert Walters

Liz Boston, talent acquisition manager for Robert Walters North America, talks about opportunities at Robert Walters, what you can expect from the interview process and what it takes to succeed in a recruitment career.

My recruitment career in Vietnam

After nine years in Singapore, Linh Pham moved back to her home country, Vietnam, to take on a new career challenge at Robert Walters. In less than three years, Linh has been promoted twice and now manages our HR division in Ho Chi Minh City. Linh talks about her decision to move back home.

How working in recruitment helps me to make a difference

Gijs van Bakel has always wanted a career where he could affect positive change. Hear his career journey from psychiatric nurse to recruitment consultant, what he loves about recruiting in the Eindhoven market and why working for Robert Walters enables him to make a difference.

Why moving home to Indonesia was good for my career

Karina Saridewi worked as an in-house accountant in Los Angeles before moving back to Indonesia in 2011 to build her finance career. Now a manager in our commerce finance and legal division, Karina shares why moving home to Indonesia was the right choice for her career.

From architecture to recruitment

Trained architect Carlos Afan de Ribera, uses his technical expertise to recruit roles in the construction, real estate and infrastructures sectors for our Spanish business. Carlos shares his career journey and why working in recruitment requires entrepreneurial spirit.

What does it take to succeed in recruitment?

After working for recruitment firms in the UK, Adam Woolley decided to take his career stateside, joining Robert Walters New York in 2017 as an executive recruiter.

Working in Japan

Joey Latayada

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Long-term careers

Olly shares his story from consultant to CEO

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Changing careers

Nick Dunnett

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