In just a few months, more than 40 million Americans were forced out of work, while millions more entered an uncertain job market. Whether you’re unemployed, a recent graduate and wondering whether you should continue to send out resumes, or you’re lucky enough to still be employed, connecting with your network and keeping relationships fresh is always important. And that can be a daunting task during times of social distancing where the rules of when, how and if we can meet face-to-face are fluid.
Networking can be a daunting task for any young professional. It can be an intimidating and downright scary task. Nicole Golvala offers four tips to help young professionals make networking become more deliberate than accidental … and even more rewarding in the end!
The first year in PR can be challenging for a number of reasons. While there is no direct road map to follow in navigating the beginning of your career, you are bound to learn new skills, engage with new clients and grow along the way. Here are four tips to succeed in your first year in public relations.