For recent grads, building the kinds of relationships that will help take your career to the next level is a lot of pressure. From surging unemployment numbers to the sudden shift to remote work, the coronavirus pandemic makes landing a job right now even more complicated. But that doesn’t have to stop you. We spoke to an expert to find out how. Here are five tips on how to set yourself up for success when this is over.

Caroline Ceniza-Levine is a career expert and co-founder of SixFigureStart, a career coaching firm.

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