Networking is the most important part of your job search. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, up to 80% of jobs are found by candidates or filled by employers through networking. It is critical that you develop this skill as it is one you will use throughout your life.
Develop a Network
Having a well established network is a critical part of the job search process.Professional Introductions
How to develop an "elevator pitch" — concisely and professionally communicating about yourself and your skills that differentiates yourself in a crowded market.Informational Interviewing
Informational interviewing is a powerful way to build and expand your professional network, learn more about your chosen field or industry, uncover potential job leads and clarify your career development goals.LinkedIn
Learn how to use and leverage LinkedIn, a free online network for professional networking.