Why you need to make networking a priority – even when you’re employed.
Networking isn’t just for job seekers. In fact, the most successful professionals are often superb networkers. With that said, it can be difficult to make networking a priority when you’re happily employed and other, more pressing activities are competing for calendar space. If your business cards have begun to gather dust, it’s time to brush them off and get back into your networking groove. Need more incentive? Here are four reasons professionals at the pinnacle of their careers continuously network (and why you should, too!).