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There's a smarter way to answer a recruiter's email when you don't want the job — and most people don't do it

If you're lucky, you've had recruiters reach out via email or LinkedIn. If you happen to be looking for, or open to, a new job or opportunity, the response is obvious: When can we get on the phone? But if you're happy in your current position and not looking, what do you do? In a LinkedIn post, Monika Arora, an HR assistant manager at Rhiti Sports Management in New Delhi, India, highlighted a story that might give you some idea.
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