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One of the most common complaints I hear from job seekers after about six months or so is they feel as though they have exhausted their professional network. Does this sound like you?
  • I've asked everyone I know about job openings.
  • I've reached out to people several times now to update them on my job search.
  • I'm tired of having to say "I'm still looking" after all this time.
  • I feel like I'll look desperate if I contact them again.
In a recent article I wrote for AOL Jobs, I talk about how you can revive your exhausted contacts list. READ THE FULL ARTICLE ► Revive professional network image from Shutterstock
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