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Here's why you should be networking online

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According to one online survey, networking accounts for up to 85% of all filled vacancies. Image: Unsplash/Samantha Borges

Marina Milosheva
PhD candidate in social informatics, Edinburgh Napier University
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Schedule in time to go to online events and follow the people aligned with your interests. Image: Unsplash/Chris Montgomery

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