Liz Ryan is Job-Hunt’s Networking Contributor. Liz is a former Fortune 500 VP and 25-year veteran of corporate human resources departments. In addition, Liz is the author of Happy About Online Networking and an internationally recognized expert on careers and the 21st century workplace. Find Liz on LinkedIn.
Liz has also written articles that appeared in BusinessWeek.com, the Huffington Post, and LinkedIn.com, as well as many other publications, both online and off.
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Networking is networking, right? It’s not – when you’re job-hunting, your networking task is a little different and a tad harder than the average networker’s. For starters, you’ve got to sustain a conversation beyond “What do you do?” “I’m job-hunting.” “Oh.” Job-hunters take a lot of flack on their networking prowess, usually for one of […]
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Liz Ryan offers insight and tips on making your networking efforts more powerful and effective.
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