out of 10 people in the U.S.A. belong to at least 1 organization,
and 25% are members of 4 or more. So, local and national organizations,
associations, and societies are great places to make connections
to your next job - even your child's school parent-teacher organizations.
For more information, read the articles in Job-Hunt's Networking section for networking insight, tips, and advice and the Social Media and Job Search section for help understanding how social networks can help your job search. Also "Tapping
the Hidden Job Market" provides additional ideas on some of the ways you
can leverage associations for your job search. Other excellent job search networking resources include Job-Hunt's Company and Military Alumni Networks.
and societies listed below first appeared in sequential editions
of Job-Hunt's twice-a-month emailed newsletter. They are listed
below by industry/profession category.
Check the appropriate Specialized Job Site category for more career
and employment links relevant to a particular industry, profession,
Directory of Professional & Industry Associations:
See Job-Hunt's Networking and Job Search Support section for links to local associations by state.
Need to find more national and international associations, societies, and other collections of people?
Try these Web sites:
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