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Contrary to popular belief, holidays are an important time to network

During the holiday season (from Thanksgiving to New Year's), it's common for people to take a break from their networking activities. Understandably, people become busy with family and feel an end-of-the-year crunch with their work.

Contrary to popular belief, the holiday season is a great time to network because of holiday parties, holiday cards and companies still in hiring mode.

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When you prepare these cards, be sure to make it personal by writing a note. If you just send a standard greeting card with your signature, it won't stand out as much. While the gesture will still be worthwhile, it's not as memorable and personable.

It's beneficial to send these cards to your clients, too. While these greetings may be more standard than personal......

Full article >>> bs because many people will take a break from their search. Knowing this fact can put you ahead of the competition. You need to take your job search seriously. Don't slow down during any month. Make sure to continuously network and schedule appointments to meet with people.

Because employment decisions can happen quickly, you should make it a priority to contact your network to learn abou......

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'"/> By Jason Jacobsohn 12/17/04

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