Networking for Nerds – Book Review

Networking For Nerds: Find, Access and Land Hidden Game-Changing Career Opportunities Everywhere, by Alaina G. Levine, covers the many ways in that you should always be networking to advance your career.

Some of the advice is targeted towards academics, but most should apply to everyone.

Some of the areas covered are how to network everywhere, in specific settings, how to network online and how to make your own career opportunities.

One piece of advice that I felt was missing is that author suggested that you Google your name over time to keep track of what your name is associated with – but no mention of Google Alerts. This is a minor detail, though.

Overall, somewhat useful. I feel it is a little pricy for the size (e-book version, at least), but I got it from Safari.

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