Haskins, Joan
June 2012
PN;Jun2012, Vol. 66 Issue 6, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of networking as part of the job-search strategy and provides pointers on how to build a network. It provides a list of key people that should be included in the network including neighbors, school counselors, and insurance agents. It suggests using a brief statement to sell oneself through telephone, personally or at a job fairs. It says that a job seeker must be careful in representing herself/himself in the internet when looking for a job.


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