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Can You Facebook Your Way to a New Job?
Done right, online networking will support your offline network, not replace it In the old days, "networking” meant hours calling every contact in your Rolodex; paging through the directories of every professional organization you could join; going to breakfast seminars, lunch-time speaking events, happy hours and board meetings to press the flesh – anything to make real-time, one-on-one contact with someone who might know someone who might be hiring.
You Have More Friends Than You Think
Expand your networking circle with these tips on making friends.
How to Romance Your Next Employer
Job searching is a lot like dating.
Around the Web: Job-Hunting Tools
Social-networking reference materials for your job search.
Mind Your Social Netiquette
Your manners and etiquette matter online in social networks.
Proper Job Search Etiquette Starts During the Holidays
Contrary to popular belief, "the holidays” are actually a golden time to look for a job.
After the Meltdown: Is Your Network a Trap?
Solid suggestions for networking in tough times.