You probably know this feeling: you have tons of business cards piled up in all different places, email addresses scattered over various inboxes, and online profiles (like LinkedIn) filled with contacts you don’t know or don’t remember at all.
Let’s face it: as long as you have a job, networking – building & maintaining relationships – is often neglected.
How important is networking in terms of job hunting?
In 2016, 22% of our clients found a job via their own network and contacts.
Ideally, about 3-6 months prior to your active job search, sit down and organize your network. How?
Here an updated step by step guide on How to Organize Your Contacts for Job Search.
Still overwhelming? Don’t know where to start? Feel free to contact us and schedule a complimentary career consultation with one of our Career Angels.