Ask around… how did most of your friends or family find their current job? Was it through a job site post? Or, did they have a connection that helped open a door? Odds are, networking played a large role.
Networking is making contact with people you know, and strengthening those relationships. Does everyone in your circle know you are looking for a job? They should! Here are some tips on how to organize your network and develop a strong networking plan.
When you are reaching out to contacts, don’t leave anyone out. That one person you decide to skip may be the one to connect you to a great opportunity.
Remember, you only need one job – and that one connection could be the key to finding it!
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