- What should I do first?
- How can my network help?
- When should I tell my boss?
Smart Networking Radio is back!Tuesdays, 7pm Eastern…
There is no doubt about the importance and effectiveness of networking in your career search. Networking, both online and in person, provides you the opportunity to present yourself and your career objective in a much more personal way.
Networking is essentially active personal branding, which can be defined as the process of:
Many experts have said that when it comes to job search networking, “It’s not what you
know, it’s who you know.” However, I couldn’t disagree more.
While most job
seekers are finding fewer and fewer openings and thinking about taking off the
rest of the summer (and eating microwave burritos to help their severance
dollars stretch), the SMART ones haven’t bought into the myth that summer is a
bad time to look for a job and are making their own opportunities happen.
better time than NOW to begin positioning yourself for a job that fulfills both
your passion and your salary needs.
Today my friend Lynn Strigh
and I blew the lid off some job search myths and revealed some
simple truths about what it’s going to take to land the job of your dreams in
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