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Networking for the networking averse - Lisa Green Chau

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Networking can seem so hard -- but not if you have the right advice. Try taking advantage of weak ties; you never know what friend of a friend of a friend can aid you in your dreams. Lisa Green Chau outlines how being proactive and always saying yes can lead to future opportunities.

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Kathryn Minshew is the CEO and co-founder of The Muse, a career-development platform.

The following articles (which all appeared in US News & World Report) are written by Lisa Chau and linked to her blog.
o LinkedIn and Other Social Media an Essential Tool for Job Seekers
o Networking, Social Media, and the Six Degrees of Separation
o How to Make the Most of LinkedIn
o How to Leverage Your Internship
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  • Director Veronica Wallenberg
  • Narrator Jessica Ruby

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