Why networking -- on and offline -- is vital to a successful job search

Building an online network is important for job seekers, but building one offline is important, too, asserts Diane M. Fennig, a senior consultant with the Human Capital Group. In this blog post, Fennig recommends joining a professional network, getting involved in their activities and referring members for jobs they might fit. "So foster connections whenever you can, and remember that networking is a two-way street. As a dear friend once noted, we must remember to make friends before we need them," Fennig writes.

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