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Whether you’re looking for information, advice, or a job, networking is a useful skill to have. 70% of jobs are filled by people who heard about them through networking.
70% of jobs are filled by people who heard about them through networking.
Business directories can help you identify employers and find out how to contact them.
Many individuals and companies use blogs, newsgroups and discussion groups to present information, ideas and opinions.
Browsing the websites of industry associations, professional associations and unions will keep you up to date with current activities and trends.
Your social media identity tells people a lot about you. But it can also have a big impact on your career and professional reputation, now and in the future.
Wherever you go online—using email, instant messaging, your website, your blog or your social networking website—you leave a footprint.
When using the Internet for your work search, take precautions against potential risks.
You can use a work search blog or an industry–related blog to grab the attention of employers and recruiters who are searching for potential candidates.