That’s right: turn up your networking skills to 11! There is no question that many lawyers change jobs as they follow their career paths. The current climate of deferrals and downsizings makes job search skills particularly important to have and develop. The current job-seeking climate is dramatically more competitive than in previous years at every level.
If and when you find yourself searching for a new job, networking is more critical than ever. Below you will find 10 action items for revving up your networking and making it really work for you. Getting a job is a process and a process you may perform several times in your life, so learning these skills become important life lessons. When you do land your dream job, you may need clients and guess what: you are going to have to network.
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