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Graduate unemployment is at a 15 year high. Networking skills are becoming more important than ever as the competition for jobs becomes even more intense.

Graduates should be aware of the harsh reality that jobs aren’t only available on websites and in newspapers. Many employers advertise through contacts. Making yourself known to potential employers is imperative.

If you are at a recruitment fair, talk to people and get business cards; don’t just pick up leaflets.

Everything at University is computer based, to a point where students have forgotten the importance of face to face interaction.  Put yourself out there and get yourself known!


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Top eBooks Under $5 on Networking




"It's not what you know, it's who you know."  Sound familiar?  Though this saying often times is very true, it doesn't help if you don't know how to network and get to know people.  These eBooks, all under five dollars and from, help guide you through networking.

*Note: All ratings are out of five stars.

Networking Awesomely (The Least You Need to Know)

by Colin Wright

Price: $1.19

Rating: 4

Make Your Contacts Count: Networking Know-how for Business And Career Success

by Anne Baber and Lynne Waymon

Price: $3.60

Rating: 5

How To Win Friends and Influence People

by Dale Carnegie

Price: $3.33

Rating: 4.5

Networking Superhero - Secrets To Forming Powerful, Long-Lasting Relationships, Fast! (Superhero Success) by TW Walker

Price: $1.19

Rating: 4.5

Build Your Professional Network: The How-To Guide

by Jan Hill and Vook

Price: $1.02

Rating: 2

How to Network on TwitterNetworkTwitter

by Jade Craven

Price: $3.58

Rating: 4

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