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Using the internet to build your career network

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9:00 AM | 3 April 2017
by Adam Oldfield
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We live in a time that’s unrivalled for access to information and people. The internet is yours to build a network - it’s never been so easy.

Thanks to the internet, finding a job and networking with potential employers has never been easier. 

We meet lots of talented young people looking for their dream job every day here at FutureRising, but we’re often surprised by how many people aren’t making the most of the opportunities available online.

There are so many resources available online in search engines and social networks - all it takes is some time and consideration.

Here are some simple tips for those of you looking to land your first jobs, and those who want a career change.

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