I am trying to figure out which way I can convey the following sentence more convincingly.

Get paid for providing hiring recommendations to hiring managers, based around your skill set.


Based around your skill set, Get paid for providing hiring recommendations to hiring managers


Get paid for providing hiring recommendations, around your skill set, to hiring managers.

If there's any way to write this more concisely please advise.

  • Why are we helping you write spam?
    – Jim
    Nov 28, 2015 at 4:35
  • ii am trying to figure the best way to get my message accross. In no way am i trying to spam
    – jon220
    Nov 28, 2015 at 4:44
  • Isn't the idiom "base on your skill set"? In which case "based around your skill set" suggests that you try some occupation other than writing.
    – Hot Licks
    Nov 28, 2015 at 6:58

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The second sentence seems to me most grammatical. Though I believe "hiring" may be used redundantly. Consider "Based on your skill set, get paid for providing recommendations to hiring managers".

  • Thank you nicole. It make sense a lot of sense! Based around your suggestions, would this also work in terms of meaning and grammatical? Based on your skill set, get paid to provide insights to hiring managers.
    – jon220
    Dec 2, 2015 at 17:44

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