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Just gonna have to be a different man
Time may change me
But I can’t trace time” – David Bowie
Every so often I cover suggestions/recommendations from CareerAlley readers. The following are resources &/or articles recommended via email. Enjoy and please keep the recommendations coming.
- Resumesimo – This site focuses on helping you build a better
resume(in less than 10 minutes according to the site) – for free. You can download a free eBook with lots of great resources. To get started, click “get started” in the middle of the page. Next, you will see a number of templates (pick one). Once you choose the template, fill in your information (basic info, work history, education, etc.). It’s as easy as that. Give it a try and let us know what you think.
- CRCC Asia Announces Temporary Solution for Unemployed US Youth – If you are looking for an internship, take a look at this link. There are some great opportunities to work as an intern in China.
- How to Job Hunt – Dick Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute? – Some interesting short job-tip videos from Dick Bolles (Dick Bolles is a highly esteemed job-hunting/career-changing expert, best known for his best-selling book, What Color is Your Parachute?). The videos give job-seekers practical tips to help them land careers they love and start the new year off right. Take a look at this and Dick’s other videos.
- 50 Hottest Twitter Hashtags for Job Seekers – Put Twitter to work for you in
your job search. This article tells you how to leverage Twitter to find a job. Who’s hiring, who has posted job openings and lots of other great hashtags. Take a look.
Job / career Articles:
- 8 Great Pep Talks for Generation Jobless – A very interesting article, the topic of which I’ve seen first hand. If you are a recent college grad (or about to become one), take a read. Generation Jobless is a very real phenomenon. Take a look at some of the other articles on the site.
- The Ultimate Unemployment Reading List – 65 or so great links for those who are unemployed. Some of the articles are focused on personal growth while others focus on job hunting and many of the resources you will need to successfully complete
your job search. Lots of great links, take a look.
Good luck in your search.
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