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The Bottom Line In order for someone - anyone - to want to network with you or hire you, they have to believe there is something in it for them.

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What interests do you share? Job Search and dating both conjure up feelings of discomfort. Ultimately, rejection is hard.

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You must manage these impressions by dressing appropriately, making strong eye contact, offering a firm and dry handshake, and smiling warmly. Make them want to know you more Your role as an applicant and an avid admirer should not stop after the job interview.

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And yet, they are the necessary evils that you have to endure to achieve the desired outcomes. Learn more in this article: Remember, too, to act appropriately with every person you meet before and after the interview.

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Were they persistent in their pursuit of you? Yes, I've found a job but I'll be taking a little break before I have another go at the dating world.

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Finding your perfect job is like searching for your soulmate. The fun you'll have together, how much your Nanna would love them and how their wit would charm your friends.

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Some people are nice and want to help. It will give you an advantage to be called in again.

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Don't talk about a job too early in the process of networking, that is like talking about what you want to name your children on the first date. Being made redundant really sucks, as I found out late last year. Making the Employment Commitment… Receiving, Negotiating, and Accepting Job Offer When all the interviews are over and the employer is ready to make a commitment to the relationship by making a job offer, you must be prepared to make a decision about what you want.

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You generally have to meet a lot of people before you find the right fit for a relationship.