The term Networking has become big paralleling the massive upswing of joblessness. People who would never ‘network’ are seeking to become proficient at it. Why? Career Management Professionals and the world at-large are declaring that networking is the biggest way to position oneself for that next career move.
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Much of my time is spent working with people who are seking to land a new job or enhance their career. Both statuses can present levels of challenge. In the 21st Century there is way to reach out to a world that you may feel is beyond you. It seems like some feel that the social media phenomenon is not for them. That causes hesitation that can be overwhelming.
Most of us are engaged in the job market. Passively or actively. If you’re unemployed, it’s a given – you are actively seeking a job. But, if you are employed, the acid test is whether or not you’d go to a job interview if you received a call for the ‘dream job’. If you put on your interview best and show up with a resume – you are passively seeking. That being said, how you handle the use of social media can be very helpful to you as you plan and manage your career.