Feb. 10, 2024, 1:12 a.m. | /u/VolSurfer18

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Nowadays many people are saying that most roles are getting filled by referrals and they all stress the importance of networking. Maybe I'm on the spectrum or something but I don't really understand what these professional relationships are supposed to look like. All I know is how to do my job well, be nice, and help others. What I don't get is cold outreach. How is someone supposed to form any meaningful connections outside of in-person interactions on platforms such …

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