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Networking in Environmental Health

Apr 16, 2020 - 01:00amPriscilla Oliver, PhD
What is keeping you from enjoying the career success you richly deserve? Education, training, credentials, and experience clearly help to get some of what one wants, needs, and deserves. For some, these components may be all that is needed. If you are missing some ingredients and want to still progress, however, let me suggest networking to aid the progress toward the goal. There is a saying, "It is not what you know but who you know." Certainly, this statement has meaning to some. In most of life, people can open doors or help one to get more out of living. We learn frequently from others in many professions. Thus, the importance of apprenticeship, internships, and understudy is realized often. All of these are ideal settings and a form of networking. This month's column explores the value of networking to further your career.

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Journal of Environmental Health
May 2020
Volume 82, Number 9
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