You need resources you can rely on when you have career questions about job searching, how to use social media to find a job, getting a promotion, and how to ask someone to coffee.
I developed a list that will answer all of the career questions you could possibly have! Find out which of the best career blogs made the list.
Donna Svei blogs at Avid Careerist, writes executive resumes, and LinkedIn profiles. She covers a variety of topics such as resume writing, LinkedIn, social media for job seekers, building career-related relationships, and other career-related topics. Donna’s posts are short, to the point, and full of value.
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A great site that hosts an immense amount of career advice for every situation. The articles on Brazen Life are helpful for job seekers or professionals who are trying to advance their career.
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A blog about productivity, life hacks, writing, user experience, customer happiness and business. Even though Buffer is not a career blog, the articles you read on their site will better your life and in turn help your career. I read all the articles that are published!
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Kevin Kermes formed Career Attraction on the core premise that every career transition is as specialized as the individual undertaking it. The site features experts who are focused on delivering actionable information that gets results.
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Career Enlightenment explores the overlap of job search and social media. They go way beyond the basics of what social media is and explore strategies, frameworks and new tools to show you how to stand apart from the crowd.
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Hannah Morgan dishes out all kinds of advice on job search, careers, social networking, and personal branding. Her mission is to guide new job seekers through the treacherous terrain of the job search by providing a map and tools to navigate today’s competitive landscape.
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CareerBliss has your back when it comes to navigating the world of work! You will find job interview advice, resume tips, and guidance on how to handle the boss. The articles are packed with valuable insights!
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Careerealism gives excellent advice on topics like: networking, interview tips, resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, and social media job search tips. JT O’Donnell has created an amazing hub for every piece of career advice someone could need.
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College Info Geek
Thomas Frank created a blog dedicated to helping students build a remarkable college career, which in turn will lead to an amazing life. Students will learn study hacks, how to promote themselves to get the job they want, and the most important for any recent grad HOW TO PAY OFF STUDENT LOAN DEBT.
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Come Recommended features fresh perspectives on today’s job search. The articles are easy to read and a majority of them are backed up with statistics and facts.
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Degrees of Transition
Lea McLeod is the founder of Degrees of Transition and a very good friend of mine. Lea understands the career space and knows how to help individuals find jobs faster. Recently she launched The Resume Coloring Book, which is a professional DIY formula for a successful, professional resume template. I have used the coloring book personally and it’s awesome.
Websites: http://www.degreesoftransition.com/ and http://www.leamcleod.com/
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Life After College
Jenny Blake is the real deal and I have been following her advice ever since I graduated college! Life After College is a resource hub for college grads and beyond — quarter-life crisis-ers, mid-career changers and anyone looking for a boost in life – a place where they could come together with others who were making their own transitions.
Websites: http://www.lifeaftercollege.org/blog/ and http://jennyblake.me/
Find Life After College on Social Media: Twitter
Social-Hire has become best known as an advice site for recruiters and for candidates wanting to figure out how to use social media in their hiring or job search strategies. They have built a thriving community of expert contributors and guest bloggers that share extremely helpful career advice.
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The Branding Muse
The Branding Muse is built upon the commitment to empower young professionals and college students to take control of their personal brands by providing them with the resources to create and maintain a professional and attractive online presence.
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The Daily Muse
The Daily Muse is your ultimate career destination offering exciting job opportunities, expert advice, and a peek behind the scenes into fantastic companies and career paths. Whether you’re just starting out, changing career paths, or aiming for the C-suite, they’ve got everything you need to take charge of your career.
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The LEVO League
Even though it website says that the site is a career resource for young women, the information can apply young men as well. LEVO league offers great career advice for GenY professionals in a very visual format.
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The Savvy Intern by Youtern
This is a must read for college students and recent graduate looking for their first internship or job. Mark Babbit is the founder and one of the nicest people I have ever met. Every Monday at 9pm ET @YouTern hosts an amazing Twitter Chat called #InternPro.
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A must read site for students and graduates who want to have a successful career. Undergrad Success has the perfect blend of no-nonsense advice and proven strategies (case studies, stories from the community, and customer surveys) to help you get interviews and receive job offers.
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Now that you have 18 excellent resources for career advice, it’s time to get reading and take action.
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