How "netweaving" can help graduates land a job

09/27/2013 | GlassDoor.com

"Netweaving" is one way recent college graduates can land job interviews, according to career and workplace expert Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter. In this blog post, she recommends job seekers engage in job-related conversations -- both online and in person -- with people in the industry they want to enter. "Also connect to likeable, positive people who may not seem to offer anything but who may simply like and respect you and want to help. You never know whom someone knows; and/or you may be able to help them in some way," Barrett-Poindexter writes.

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