How to have a more useful, diverse network in 2014

12/19/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Set networking goals for next year such as making sure you have a variety of connections that can help you with different aspects of your career, Maria Elena Duron writes. For example, past supervisors who have supported you can serve as advocates, while trainers can serve as information providers, she writes.

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