Having a strong professional network is important, whether you are in the midst of a job search or settled in your current position and looking to advance your career. But the thought of attending a large professional networking event with potentially hundreds of attendees leaves many people feeling apprehensive or overwhelmed. Related: 18 Easy Conversation Starters For Networking Events Here are three tips that will help to ease the anxiety and make sure you’re maximizing your time and efforts:
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Every job search has a unique ebb and flow. At times, you may have two or three interviews in a week. Other times, a week or two passes without a single call or e-mail. While frustrating, this is a normal part of the process—up to a point. Related: 8 Ways To Beat Millennial Stereotypes And Win Over Employers Are you feeling like the periods of inactivity are becoming longer? Has the trail of promising leads gone cold? Are you having trouble identifying opportunities that are the right fit? Are you getting interviews but having trouble closing the deal? If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, it may be it is time to change your job search perspective. Here are three ideas that may help get you out of that rut and back on the path to employment:
It’s amazing to think about the ways LinkedIn has changed the way we interact - not only with each other, but also with our own data. LinkedIn has become the preeminent professional networking site amassing nearly 260 million users in 200 countries—and accomplishing all of this in just under 11 years (for context, Google, founded in 1998, is older). Most people know by now how important a well-maintained LinkedIn profile can be to their career. Here are some thoughts on what kinds of things you should include when creating the work history section of your LinkedIn profile...