TESTIMONIALS

What some of our clients have said

“Over the years I have worked with many agencies, and Contemporaries always gives me the right candidate the first time, no matter what the position I’m looking to fill.”

HR Director

Local Medical Institution

“Contemporaries is true to their name – a state-of-the-art service, with highly computer-literate people. They have responded to my needs with a sense of urgency I truly appreciate.”

Owner

Advertising Agency

“We are always satisfied with the quick response and the quality of the candidates. Whenever we need help we call Contemporaries”

Owner

Waltham Consulting Company

“Given a choice between an impersonal agency and Contemporaries, the choice is obvious.”

Branch Manager

Travel Agency

“As a growing biotech company we can count on Contemporaries to make the right match the first time. We will continue partnering with you”

Manager

Cambridge Biotech Company

“When I need full-time IT staffing or administrative staffing I know who to call, I call Contemporaries. They never let me down.”

Joe Coen, Manager

MIT Information Center

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