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Skimming employment and job seeking articles on the web, I came across the quintessential, "It's About Who You Know," article. This thought process is a give up, stop working and accept your status methodology. Moreover, this type of thinking is not only unhealthy, it breeds jealously towards those who are successful in their career. In business unless you can make somebody money, they don't care if you're the son or daughter of royalty. Do you ever hear of the Google CEO hiring his cousin? This is nepotism at its best and the shareholders would have his neck, not to mention his job. Even if the executive were to find his cousin a job at another firm, he or she would have to work five times as hard in order to be accepted by his or her coworkers.