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Networking pays. The most effective search tactic for finding or filling jobs is networking and personal contacts, job-seekers and human resource professionals agree. HR pros rank Internet posting next, but job-seekers say employee referrals work better for them.
Download the survey at www.shrm.org/surveys under the mini-surveys section. Click on “Search Tactics Poll.”
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