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Calling all those who hate large networking events. Here’s an article from the Careerbuilder blog, just for you on how to make networking work for your personality type.

Introverts Can Sizzle on Networking Job Search

By Devora Zack, author of “Networking for People Who Hate Networking: A Field Guide for Introverts, the Overwhelmed and the Underconnected.”

To network or not to network?  That is the question.

What’s at stake?  Whatever you most want to accomplish; no biggie.

What if you don’t like networking and have no interest?  It drains you.  It never works.  You don’t have time.  You don’t need to.  It’s phony, self-serving, fake, inauthentic, superficial, conniving, manipulative and useless.

Hold it right there.

In my experience, people who claim to hate networking also believe they are not good at it.  The reverse is true.  People who hate networking fail at traditional networking by following advice never intended for them in the first place.  You have the raw materials to be a stellar networker.  You are just following the wrong rules.  Standard networking advice fails you, so you assume you fail at networking. Plus you hate it.  What is networking?

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Here’s a great quote from an article written by Jessica Hernandez at The Career Rocketeer. To read the whole article, click here.

“Networking” is a word that a lot of people hate, and I understand that. It’s important to realize that networking doesn’t have to just involve going to an official event and shaking lots of strangers’ hands. Every time you go to a cookout this summer, you have the opportunity to network. For all you know, the president of the company where you want to work will be there. Maybe the HR manager of a great local employer lives next door. Even if you’re not putting on your suit and going to scheduled networking events, you can sell yourself and your career to anyone who will listen. So get your resume and LinkedIn profile and business cards ready, apply for some interesting jobs online, and then get out of the house! Go meet the person who could connect you to your next job!

Have you always known that you wanted to be in sales?  Can you paint a picture with your words?  If you think that this describes you, then we have a great opportunity for you.  We are currently seeking enthusiastic individuals to become a valuable member of a successful recruiting firm.  This is a great opportunity to work with a mid and upper management firm whose clients are some of the best known, and highly regarded companies in the consumer industry.  Our client wants an energetic and sales-minded individual for its lucrative Recruiting Coordinator opportunity.

As a Recruiting Coordinator, your primary focus will be to learn all aspects of the business, from candidate acquisition to offer negotiation.  This position is designed as a transitional role into a Senior Recruiter position that focuses on placing marketing professionals within consumer goods companies.  In this position, you will learn to effectively source candidates and will assist recruiters in placing 20-25 candidates per year.


  • Proven sales ability
  • 0-3 years sales experience
  • Bachelor Degree preferred
  • Enthusiastic and energetic


  • Extremely competitive base salary with excellent commission structure
  • 1st year earning potential to $50K
  • Comprehensive benefits package includes Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • 401(K) Plan


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