Why you can't ever stop networking

Don't give up your networking efforts once you get a job, says Thom Singer, an expert on business-communication skills. "You've got to realize that networking inside a company is just as important as when you were networking on the outside trying to get in," Singer says in this column by SmartBrief on Your Career contributing editor Anita Bruzzese.

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