Networking for a new job? Get to the point 

Posted by Bob Corlett on April 2, 2013

When you are looking for a new job, you need to network with connected people. But busy, well-connected people have only small slices of time available. Even when people really wants to help you, they are probably hoping to do it in five or 10 minutes.

And I have found that an astonishing number of people waste 15 minutes telling me their life story without taking a breath — leaving me no time to actually help them.

Most job seekers don’t get right to the point, instead they waste time a variety of ways...

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Topics: Networking, Candidates