Cocktail Connections

Cocktail Connections: Offline Social Networking

It's Friday night and you want to grab a drink with some friends. But you also know that you should be looking for a job. Why not do both?

Social relationships lead to job opportunities, and it's easier to connect at a drinking spot than at a recruiting fair, convention, or on Twitter. (You don't have to drink liquor, either; Diet Coke is a good social lubricant.)

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