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Job Networking vs. Career Networking: Are You Thinking Short-Term or Long-Term?
Are you thinking long-term or short-term for your career? Use these networking tips to achieve long-term professional success and establish a career for life.
There are times when short-term networking is necessary. You may find yourself suddenly without work due to a layoff or other unforeseen circumstances. Perhaps you've just graduated college and need to land an entry-level position. Or maybe you're transitioning from one career to another and need to establish yourself in your new career.
It is important to consider your long term goals and career path. Where do you want to be in five, 10, and 20 years? Establish relationships with colleagues, coworkers, bosses, and other people in your field, then stay in contact with those professionals throughout the year. Maintaining such relationships for mutual benefit makes you more well-rounded and ready for the next challenge. Connections used to snag a job can be nurtured to move you along your career path toward your long-term goals.
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