Predictors and outcomes of networking intensity among unemployed job seekers.

@article{Wanberg2000PredictorsAO,
  title={Predictors and outcomes of networking intensity among unemployed job seekers.},
  author={Connie R Wanberg and Ruth Kanfer and J{\'o}zef Banas},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={85 4},
  pages={491-503}
}
This study examined predictors and outcomes of networking intensity (i.e., individual actions directed toward contacting friends, acquaintances, and referrals to get information, leads, or advice on getting a job) during the job searches of a sample of unemployed individuals. The study used a Big Five framework, in which extraversion and conscientiousness were associated with both higher levels of networking intensity and higher use of other traditional job-search methods. Networking comfort (a… CONTINUE READING

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