How thinking like a maverick can help a candidate land a new job

02/11/2014 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

Thinking like a maverick may be the best way to land a new job, columnist Mildred Culp writes. She offers examples of people who used unique networking strategies to get themselves noticed by hiring managers. "Develop yourself as the expert. Get them to start seeing you as the expert, you as the only possible solution, the only candidate," said Jason Kanigan, founder of Sales on Fire Inc. in Wilmington, N.C., who used the strategy to land his first job after moving to the U.S. from Canada.

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