LinkedIn is always the best research tool to find the right people. Period. But it may not always be the best tool for communicating with them.
So how do we make the most of LinkedIn communication, even if we don’t use LinkedIn to communicate?
If your current gig is growing stale, now is a good time to start a confidential job search. The number of Americans quitting their jobs (to take new jobs) has reached a high not seen in over 17 years. That ought to say something.
Plus, people who change jobs are seeing increases in salary, benefits, and overall well-being…
You’ve heard the saying “slow but steady wins the race”. Well, networking is a slow but steady process. It may not feel like the fastest route to your next job, but it is certainly the most effective. Networking requires you have some patience as you reconnect with friends and build new relationships.
Looking for a way to shift your job search into high gear? You’re not alone.
So why not take full advantage of the most powerful job search networking platform available, LinkedIn?
Are you tired of your application falling into a black hole? Want a better way to communicate with a potential employer and secure an interview?
Then you need to earn an employee referral!