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I get a lot of emails suggesting websites to review, articles links to post and apps to review. I save most of these suggestions and then periodically dedicate a post to reviewing and listing the links. So, not much to say in today’s post other than I hope you enjoy the following job search resources.
- Job-Applications.com – This site is an online job application resource site. There are a bunch of companies featured mid page. Clicking any of these leads to a detailed page on the company, along with links to complete an application. On the left hand side of the site is a listing of job categories. Click on these and you will see a list of companies (with associated links) for that particular job category. This site can save lots of time for you, take a look.
- Top 10 Cities for Recent Graduates – This is a neat infographic for college grads. Definitely worth a look.
- Career Search Database – This is site is a career and job search database and guide. There are tabs at the top for exploring careers (there is a list of common careers center page, click any career for more info, followed by some articles on the topic), Salaries and Benefits (by career type), Job Search (lots of great resources here), Resumes and Interviews (types of resumes, checklists, power words and more) followed by Education & Training and Careers. The home page also has lots of great information, including top careers with salaries, market outlook and more.
- 25 Reasons Job Fairs Are Not a Waste of Time – If you’ve ever been to a job fair and have written them off (or have never considered going, this is a great a great article to read. Job Fairs are about maximizing your time, and this article will help improve your success factor at job fairs.
- 10 Biggest Advantages of Being an Older College Student – No matter where you are in your career, it is never too late to go back to school to finish that degree (or get another one). If you’ve been thinking about going back to college, take a look at this article.
- Find the Best Jobs – This is site is already included in my blogroll. This site lets you compare jobs and then apply for the job. Type in the position or key word, the location and watch the right hand side of the page populate with jobs that match. The jobs are categorized across industries and type, along with the average annual salary. There are lots of other resources on the tabs at the top of the page (like salaries by city and job). Great site, take a look.
- 25 Twitter Chats for Valuable Career Advice – Twitter is the new tool for job search and you shouldn’t miss this resource. Don’t know where to begin? This article lists some Twitter chats to get you started. Pick the ones that interest you and off you go.
Good luck in your search.