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A savvy, sought-after survivor of debt

Diane Darling, speaking about networking to conferees in Burlington (left), lives with roommates in Belmont as she saves to buy a house. (Essdras M. Suarez / Globe Staff; Yoon S. Byun, Globe Staff) Diane Darling, speaking about networking to conferees in Burlington (left), lives with roommates in Belmont as she saves to buy a house.
By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / March 6, 2009

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Many of the 65 people gathered in the cafeteria of Oracle's Burlington field office to hear Diane Darling talk about networking are unemployed. For two hours, they listen attentively while Darling, a nationally known authority whose two books have been translated into seven languages, advises them on everything from icebreakers to Facebook to relationships. (Full article: 1109 words)

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