Networking tips from the Great Depression

08/21/2011 | Wall Street Journal, The

Job seekers from the Depression-era 1930s can teach today's unemployed a few lessons about finding a job, especially about the importance of making face-to-face contacts and using personal and family connections, experts say. Too many job seekers today rely on blasting résumés from a computer in isolation instead of knocking on doors and meeting people in their communities, experts say.

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