How to Network When Moving To a New City

by Kristina Rudic | July 12, 2017

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How to Network When Moving To a New City

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Although it may not seem like the case from an outside perspective, most people in cities love to chat with new people, especially those who ask them questions about the city. Take a stroll through a neighborhood you like and pop into stores that interest you. While browsing, chat with the sales people and let them know you’re new and are looking for cool or fun things to do in the city. More often than not, you’ll strike up a conversation, learn new things, and perhaps even make a friend! There’s no better way to find where to go and what to do than from the locals.

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It can be difficult to understand how to break into certain communities when relocating to a new place. With all the stress of getting a job and moving, the added burden of having to find ways to meet people can be overwhelming. And the bigger the city, the more daunting this task can be. Luckily, we’ve got seven foolproof ways to network with people in your new city.

Filed Under: Networking

Tags: making friends | moving to a new city | networking | networking advice | new job

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