SondraCaudill_Unit3DB_CS210-01

SondraCaudill_Unit3D - In addition to helping you land a good job networking is important for your long-term career goals Its also a great way to

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In addition to helping you land a good job, networking is important for your long-term career goals. It’s also a great way to develop relationships with people in your line of work and stay current with what’s happening in your profession. While networking is important for these and other reasons, the three strategies I chose to discuss: 1. Develop a list of people you already know Compiling a list of people you already know should be the first step in growing your network. Excel can be a particularly useful program for developing an organized list. Create columns for your contacts’ names, addresses, emails, phone numbers, companies, and job titles. You should also make columns for briefly noting how you met each contact. Your list should include everyone from family friends, relatives, and neighbors to your college pals, professors, and university career services department. Other possible contacts may be an old boss, a former colleague, or someone you know through a volunteer program, sports league, or other activity. Some of your contacts won’t work in your specific field, but they may have ties with companies
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