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Chapter 36. Building a Network > Why do you need a network?

Why do you need a network?

To give and receive support, advice, and insight

To exchange specific information about trends, personnel changes, and career opportunities

To transact business, or get a (perhaps new or unfamiliar) job done

Networking is a two-way street. When you invest time and energy in other people, they become valuable allies when you, in turn, need support or information. This is called a mutually rewarding relationship.


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