Look for "mini mentors" to give you advice

03/11/2010 | Seattle Times, The

Choose several different people to advise you on various areas of your career rather than focusing on having just one mentor, says Susan RoAne, author of "How to Work a Room." Career experts say it may make more sense to select mentors nearer your own age -- or younger -- who understand the challenges of the job market.

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