Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Part 39 of our job searching tips. (Improve your chances)


Networking isn’t just about business contacts or the people you meet at official events. If you think of all your friends and family – and all the people that they, in turn, know – the chances are that you have already gained a decent pool of contacts.
All you need to do is let them know that you’re looking and they might prove to be very useful indeed.

Your cousin’s neighbour might have just the opportunity you’ve been looking for.

However, you have to know what you are really looking for; have a clear concise once sentence statement of what you want. Anything more will be forgotten by those you tell, and even worse if you just say, “I’ll do anything!” 

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