Today’s job search is much more than just calling on an ad or posting your resume online. The truly successful job search is a targeted approach and is a job in itself. One of the components of an aggressive job search includes successfully marketing your skills, experience and value proposition and presenting them to a targeted few.
Luckily social networking has presented job seekers with numerous ways to meet contacts, research opportunities and implement strategies to get in front of the decision makers. But how much time making new contacts is too much? When does focused social networking become happy hour socializing?
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