Poll: If You’re Currently Employed, How Did You Hear About Your Job?

Poll: If You’re Currently Employed, How Did You Hear About Your Job?

Oftentimes, we hear about what not to do in an interview or reasons why you didn’t get hired, but what if you did get hired? In my experience, job boards have never really helped. My first job was at a library at the college where I received my undergraduate degree. One of my friends told me the Science Library was hiring, I looked for the position, applied and was hired. The job I currently have was acquired through a friend of a friend. But we can’t rely on friends forever. So, how did you hear about your current job? Please take our poll and tell us what you think in the comment section below! [poll id="108"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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