In all other countries except the United States, networking is the primary means of finding a new job. Word of mouth. If people hear about a potential job, they tell their friends, relatives, even other co-workers to try to help them move ahead in the business world. We in the U.S are quite a bit behind in that idea and most people would rather not bother anyone with their job search. WRONG! You must tell everyone you know and everyone you meet that you are in job search. Not in a pushy, desperate kind of way, but in a quiet, networking kind of way. Let help guide you through the world of networking.

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1 There Are Two Types of Americans: Employed and Unemployed Alex Freund
2 LinkedIn Profile Is More Important Than Résumé Alex Freund
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4 Social Media: So, What Is It for People in Transition? Alex Freund
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6 Eat and Drink Your Way to Your Next Job Dr. Thomas J. Denham
7 Top 5 Ways to Make A Networking Meeting a Disaster Katherine Moody
8 Social Networking for Career Advancement Robert Shindell
9 Top 5 Tips for Job Search Networking Katherine Moody
10 Building a Network from Scratch Carrie Krueger
11 Are you ready to network with 1,000's of recruiters? Robert Shindell
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