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How important is employee networking?  
Employee networking groups promotes professional development, offers mentoring opportunities, strengthens diversity culture within a firm, increases the sense of belonging within an organization, and often opens up new career opportunities. Networking, both inside your organization and in other settings such as professional associations and social functions, is an excellent way to meet people and open doors to new career opportunities.
Keywords: Network, Job hunting, Job Opportunities

Question & Answer Service Providers  
Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Army Career and Alumni Program Verbal
Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program Verbal
Civilian Personnel Office Verbal
Family Program Coordinator US Army National Guard Verbal
Human Resources Verbal
Job Placement Centers Verbal
Local Employment Agencies Verbal
Office of Personnel Management Publication
Soldier and Family Assistance Program Manager US ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND (USAREC) Pamphlet 608-5 A Guide for Soldier and Family Assistance Programs Verbal
State Employment Agencies Verbal
U.S. Army Reserve Family Program Director Verbal

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