Effective networking starts by helping someone else

01/6/2010 | Brazen Careerist

Doug Haslam writes that his job search has proven to him that while it's important to network online and in person, it's much easier to call on that network for help if you have provided assistance to others in the past. "I try to be generous; answer questions here, make introductions there, listen to someone who needs it," he writes.

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