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What caught my attention in Mark Overmann's recent post was an anecdote about a job seeker who always seemed to be whining at networking events. I can understand how one could easily fall into this trap. Just one problem: Networking is all about putting people in touch with others who might be helpful. And who wants to recommend someone who seems so negative and down-on-their-luck?

Lindsey Gerdes, First Jobs

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