The Best Other Career Resources Sites for Job-Seekers
For finding the best career information and tools for your job-search and career development — in addition to the plethora we offer at Quintessential Careers.
We feel the career sites found on these pages are the best “all-around” career sites; the best place for job-seekers to find general career information and resources. But, please don’t forget that there are many other excellent “subject-specific” career sites — and to find those, simply go to that section of Quintessential Careers.
You can find all those sections in our Career Resources Toolkit — or use the pull-down menu below.
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- Fabjob.com — an interesting career site, where job-seekers can find insider information on how you can break in and succeed at a “fab” job, such as event planner, actor, cartoonist, romance writer, and much more. Some good free information, but you should be prepared to pay for an e-book or CD-ROM to get the full information, resources, and tips from these experts.
- Five O’Clock Club — America’s premier career counseling network providing job search articles, books and private and small group career counseling.
- Internet Career Connection — designed to help job-seekers achieve higher levels of career success by providing you with a means of “connecting” with career information, career guidance, professional contacts, and career opportunities. Includes articles, career advice, and much more.
- JobBoardReviews.com — a site that is designed to provide job-seekers with relevant information about job boards, including the number of job-seeker resumes, number of job postings, site contact information, additional tools or resources for job-seekers, and traffic stats — as well as user reviews. Organized by type of job-seeker. No cost to job-seekers.
- Job-Hunt.Org — a meta-career and job site, with a great collection of job resources on the Web. Much more focused on job sites than career resources, but its strength shows in the quality of links, especially in its geographic jobs section. Free to job-seekers.
- JobHuntersBible.com — the official Website and designed as a supplement to Richard Bolles’ classic and enduring job-hunting book, What Color is Your Parachute? Includes a guide to job-hunting on the Internet as well as a collection of career-related articles and other original resources.
- JobRadio.fm — a career advice Internet radio station, where job-seekers can find podcasts and streaming career-related shows 24/7 — all with the mission of helping you become a better job-seeker. No cost to job-seekers.
- Jobseekers Advice — a career and job-seeker information resources site, with career articles, forums, and more. Created by an international group of career experts. Free to job-seekers.
- JobTitled — a site where you can learn more about particular career fields and career paths. Based on a growing database of more than a million job-seeker resumes, the site offers visitors the chance to search by career titles and find job summary, education requirements, and description wiki. No cost.
- Knock ’em Dead Online — the Website hosted by Martin Yate, author of the Knock ’em Dead books, and where job-seekers can find advice about job-searching and career management. Includes lots of great links to the best career sites on the Web, as well as Martin’s blog. No cost to job-seekers.
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