With so much new content being produced each day it’s becoming harder and harder to know where to turn to advice.
To help you advance your career I selected the only five blogs you’ll ever need to read.
You don’t have to sort through all the lists that feature 25, 50, or 100.
Who has time for that?
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. A majority of the posts focus on productivity, life hacks, and of course social media.
Follow Buffer on Social Media: Twitter, Facebook
I Will Teach You To Be Rich
Before you shy away from they site because of the name I beg you to check it out. Ramit Sethi teaches readers how to live a rich life, which covers earning more money to finding your dream job.
I have yet to come across someone who has more helpful content that actually entertaining to read. He even helped one of my reader get a $5,000 salary bump!
Life After College
Jenny Blake is one of the smartest people I know. She has been featured in the post Learn The Secret My Grandma Taught Me About How To Send A Memorable Gift.
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/
Follow Life After College on Social Media: Twitter
The Daily Muse
The Muse is the only online career resource that offers a behind-the-scenes look at job opportunities with hundreds of companies, original career advice from prominent experts, and access to the best coaches to get personalized and private career help.
Find The Daily Muse on Social Media: Twitter, Facebook
Levo arms you with the tools to develop your talent, build connections with peers, mentors, and jobs, and stay inspired day in and day out as you grow and develop. We believe you can create a life you’re passionate about.
Find LEVO on Social Media: Twitter, Facebook
Now that you have the only 5 websites you’ll ever need to read to advance your career (plus mine of course) it’s time to get reading!
Leave a comment below and tell me one career goal you want to accomplish this year.