Networking Rules for Job-seekers: the Good, the Bad and the Almost Perfect

Networking is about meeting people you know who can vouch for your past performance and who can connect you with people you don’t know. Approximately 60% of your time should be spent networking when you are looking for a job. For job seekers, there are many advantages in networking over physically presenting your resume directly. Getting referred increases your chances of being hired many times over.

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