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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.
Your network includes the people you feel comfortable contacting, like family, friends and neighbours.
You can use online networking, from social media to Google searches, to access contacts, information, employers and work opportunities you might not hear about otherwise.
Recruiters and human resources professionals use professional networking websites to fill positions. They also use them to search for candidates.
Using a social networking website can be a good way to stay in touch with part of your network.
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.
Browsing the websites of industry associations, professional associations and unions will keep you up to date with current activities and trends.
In this section you'll talk to people and research occupations. Start your research with things that you can read or watch.