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Some jobs are easy to get because they are either in high demand or there are so many jobs out there. Therefore, someone would not need to network in order to advance their career in this situation. They could do that on their merits and talents alone. However, if you are in an industry that is tight and difficult to move up into your career, you may need to use your network of friends and acquaintances to advance in your career.

Other ways that you can advance your career would be to acquire more needed up-to-date skills and education. If you always go to your friends and acquaintances to advance your career, some people might feel used and then they won’t want to help you in the future.

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Introverted people are those who are typically shy, but that doesn’t mean that they never speak or are completely uncomfortable with people. Instead, they may just be shy around certain people or in certain situations. However, introverted people should probably consider certain jobs that they would be successful in. They probably should not take jobs that interact a lot with people including sales jobs. They would probably get used to the people in an office job because they would be dealing with the same people every day.

Then they would enjoy coming to work. Enjoyment at work doesn’t necessarily have to be just for extroverts. The work itself should be enjoyable for anyone. Co-workers get used to those people who are shy and less social.

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Your appearance affects your future work and makes you understand how you should dress for your desired work. A big part of getting a job is making a good first impression, and a big part of making a good first impression is how you dress for the interview. This is very important to dress professionally for a job interview because how you dress can either make or break the job interview. The first impression you make on a potential employer is incredibly important. So, be mindful when choosing your clothes. Every company has a different dress code, how you dress at the job may have very little to do with how you dress for an interview.

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