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How to get ahead in your job when you don't know anyone

A study finds that new recruits with limited or no managerial connections, but who have strong ties with their co-workers and favourable self-evaluations, are just as successful in adjusting to their new roles as those with connections.

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Nervous new recruits should think about how they can channel their energy into relationships with co-workers who can help them through their learning curve.

YOU'VE aced a daunting interview process and landed yourself in an amazing new job; but as you contemplate your first day, the dreaded new job jitters set in.

Starting a new job can be nerve-racking, even for the bravest recruit. One way to ease the transition into your new role is to

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