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The Top 50 Job Hunting Blogs

Resume Bear

There are many career-related blogs that provide helpful information by seasoned professionals, recruiters, authors, career experts, and those who want to share their own job search experiences. To jumpstart your search, we’ve compiled 50 of the best job-hunting blogs out there.

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20 Must Read Career Blogs for the Young Job Seeker ResumeBear makes the List

Resume Bear

The below blogs offer more advice than any young job seeker would ever need. She provides thought-leadership for entrepreneurs, Generation Y and beyond through her uplifting blog Life After College. The blog presents an opportunity for him to get that opinion out his readers. Penelope Trunk is the co-founder of Brazen Careerist, a career management tool for next-generation professionals. The Change Blog. What career blogs do you read?

5 Social Media Tools to Disrupt the Job Application Process

Competitive Resumes

An online job application is yesterday’s tool. According to CareerBuilder’s annual social media recruitment survey , more than 60% of employers use social networking profiles to screen applicants. Twitter. It’s like fax machines.

In 2011, Increase Your Prospects With Better Differentiation

Threshold Consulting

» In 2011, Increase Your Prospects With Better Differentiation This month’s Career Collective topic is things job seekers should keep an eye on in 2011 (trends/tools/hiring practices).  Artistry, of course, is not something you can get from a “ten tips” in a CareerBuilder article. It’s introspective work, and until you do it, you’ll simply not be in the best position to sort out what tools and trends will work best in running your career and making a difference.

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Forget the Thank You Letter, Lose the Job? | CareerSolvers

Career Solvers

According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 22 percent of the 2,800 employers surveyed said they were less likely to hire a candidate who neglects to send a thank you letter. But the focus has shifted from a simple courtesy and show of appreciation to a targeted self-marketing tool.

The Evolution of Recruiting, from the Dinosaur Days to the New Social Era

Resume Bear

CareerBuilder, niche sites, local yokels, mom-and-pop sites, etc. Facebook , Twitter , YouTube , FourSquare , Meetup and other social networks are also proving to be valuable tools in a recruiter’s toolkit.

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COTJ Reviews YouTern: Internship Search Website

Corn on the Job

Is the Marketing Internship you saw on CareerBuilder for real, or is it some dude in his basement just looking for free labor? The Saved Searches option is also a great tool. YouTern’s Blog: TheSavyIntern. Their blog already has over 150 internship related blog posts.

Top 10 Android Apps for Your Job Search and Personal Branding

The Undercover Recruiter

On this blog we recently featured a brilliant post which highlighted iPhone apps that aid job seekers out there, this post highlights apps for the competing Android operating system! His spare time is consumed learning to cook, reading endless blogs on Google reader and cycling

15 Things to Take Care Of While Building Your Career Online

Career Alley

Or you depending on job sites such as CareerBuilder or Monster to do your career building for you? Use The Right Career Branding Tools. Launch A Professional Blog. There’s no better way to do this than to launch a professional blog. Use your blog to showcase your industry expertise. Millions of professionals use Twitter for job searches, product promotions, networking, and brand building and so on.

5 Things to STOP Doing in Your Job Search! | Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer Career Search and Personal Branding Blog Home About Career Rocketeer Meet the Team Guest Experts Partners LinkedIn 360° Resources Job Search Websites Career Books Job Search Tracker Launchpad Blogroll Events Career Studios Advertise Contact Personal Branding Job Search Resumes Interviews Social Media Networking Career Management Everything Else You are here: Home / Job Search / 5 Things to STOP Doing in Your Job Search!

Are You Proactive in Your Job Search? | Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer

Career Rocketeer Career Search and Personal Branding Blog Home About Career Rocketeer Meet the Team Guest Experts Partners LinkedIn 360° Resources Job Search Websites Career Books Job Search Tracker Launchpad Blogroll Events Career Studios Advertise Contact Personal Branding Job Search Resumes Interviews Social Media Networking Career Management Everything Else You are here: Home / Job Search / Are You Proactive in Your Job Search? Please visit his blog and connect with him on LinkedIn.

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Top 10 Places to Find Job Listings | Boomers Next Step

Boomers Next Step

6) CareerBuilder: The unique thing about this job search engine is that it also helps one with improving their prospects of getting a job. Similar Posts No Related Post Tweet This Share on Facebook Digg This Bookmark Stumble RSS Feed [link] Job Boards: How Effective is this Tool in Your Job Search? blog comments powered by Disqus Subscribe by RSS Or enter your e-mail to subscribe to our articles, and updates about whats new.

The 5 iPhone Apps That Every Job Seeker Needs

Corn on the Job

Corn on the Job Wisdom for Job Seekers Blog About Archives COTJ Blog Roll Corn Heads Contact Subscribe The 5 iPhone Apps That Every Job Seeker Needs by Rich DeMatteo on March 5, 2010 There are only 5 iPhone Apps needed for your job search.

Jobvite Recruitment Survey – Surprising Results for Jobseekers

Resume to Referral

As career professionals, we write articles, we blog, and we consult clients on the changing job-search landscape. “Hiring professionals are expected to ramp up use of social networking channels such as LinkedIn, FaceBook, and Twitter for the sole purpose of recruitment.&#

FlexJobs

Telecommuting Journal

FlexJobs allows employers to sign up and list job openings, but they also list other telecommuting jobs found floating around the web (I saw at least one from Craigslist and several from CareerBuilder as well as postings taken from individual sites who happen to compensate writers like About.com and eHow ). Take advantage of the profile tips and resume tools to be sure you’ve done as good a job as possible and then start applying for any positions you’re qualified to handle!

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WHY THE 2ND EDITION of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0?

Guerrilla Job Hunting

Blog powered by TypePad Member since 06/2005 « Chair in a box | Main | Own the words on your resume » Thursday, June 17, 2010 WHY THE 2ND EDITION of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0? Guerrilla Job Hunting Home Subscribe FREE-Guerrilla Job Search Tips!

78% of Workers Say They Are Burned Out at Work

Telecommuting Journal

Data related to perceptions about workload was pulled from a CareerBuilder study among 8,785 employees between May 22 and June 13, 2008. All other data points pulled from a CareerBuilder study among 7,688 US employees between February 11 and March 13, 2008.

Job Boards

Guerrilla Job Hunting

Blog powered by TypePad Member since 06/2005 « Write a brochure | Main | Pizza Box » Tuesday, June 08, 2010 Job Boards Refresh your job board posting every other day so youappear in the top 20 search results. Guerrilla Job Hunting Home Subscribe FREE-Guerrilla Job Search Tips!

Telecommuting Resume Advice

Telecommuting Journal

She’s been offering her expertise online for nearly a decade now and her blog is full of cover letter and resume advice, quick tips, and career-related articles. Going the extra mile might make the difference between a regretful e-mail, and “you’re hired.” ** How to make those red squiggly lines go away: In Word 2003, go to the “Tools” menu and scroll down to “Options.”

Latest Job-Search Scam; Jobseekers Beware | ResumeToReferral.com

Resume to Referral

Among the scams are emails that claim to be offering employment from familiar, reputable companies such as Pepsi and Starbucks, or masquerade as messages from real job sites like CareerBuilder or Monster.com. Kelly about 12 minutes ago from SocialOomph How to Write a Unique Cover Letter [link] about 1 hour ago from SocialOomph Secret Networking Tool [link] about 1 hour ago from SocialOomph Should I Include Volunteer Work in My Resume? Sign Up Now to Receive Blog Updates.

Technology Tidbit 12 ? Posting Job Orders on Craigslist

HireCentrix

Blogs. Careerbuilder - 69 replies 2. blog comments powered by DISQUS. SITE:SEARCH - Top LinkedIn Search Tool (12 April 2012). Twitter – Part One, Building Followers (17 March 2011). » Using Boolean Searching On Twitter Twitter Search Twitter search is fairly straightforward. Be our Friend. Keyword Search HCX for your Favorite Author / Content. Local. About HireCentrix. Advertise. Contact Us. My Profile. Share Your Experience.

The Public Life of Your Personal Brand

Threshold Consulting

Further evidence of the explosive growth of social media is reflected in Facebook’s average daily growth of 600 thousand new users, and Twitter’s 1,382% year-over-year growth rate as of February 2010.   Cross-posted at William Arruda's Personal Branding Blog.

FTC Cracks Down on Con Artists Who Target Jobless Americans

Telecommuting Journal

Monster, Careerbuilder, Bing and Craigslist will display FTC consumer education material to people who are using the companies’ Web sites to look for jobs. Darling Angel Pin Creations and two principals allegedly claimed on the Internet and in newspaper advertisements that by purchasing a starter kit, consumers could earn up to $500 per week assembling angel pins, and that no experience, special tools, or sewing skills were required.

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FlexJobs

Telecommuting Journal

FlexJobs allows employers to sign up and list job openings, but they also list other telecommuting jobs found floating around the web (I saw at least one from Craigslist and several from CareerBuilder as well as postings taken from individual sites who happen to compensate writers like About.com and eHow ). Take advantage of the profile tips and resume tools to be sure you’ve done as good a job as possible and then start applying for any positions you’re qualified to handle!