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How the (weak) ties that bind can aid your job prospects
A social science theory dives into the mechanics of who you know.
Will the pandemic change convention-going permanently?
The electronics convention CES is seeing many companies dial back their participation thanks to omicron.
Convention skills a little rusty? We can help.
With the reemergence of networking events and conventions, you may need a refresher on chatting over cocktails or going in for the handshake.
Ask a Manager: “Can I pick your brain?”
Think twice before sending that email.
The rise of female co-working spaces
Women are creating professional settings that cater to their needs, like child care.
Minorities have a harder time networking
In a world where networking can make a career, race plays a big role.
Are you 'network literate'?
Commentator Ben Casnocha says our ever-expanding social networks require a whole new skill.
Is the era of the business card over?
Some experts claim that in a Web-savvy world, business cards are a thing of the past. We dug up one career consultant (no business card needed) to find out if they really are obsolete.
Is a dream job a reality?
Author Ramit Sethi discusses his belief that it's possible to network your way to a dream job and offers some tips on how.