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.
Displaying Career Tool Sites 21-30
- MyCareerGuide.com — a career advice/career resources site, where you can find information related to discovering a career, finding a job, moving up the ladder, and other elements of job-hunting. No cost to job-seekers.
- myjobtips — a site for helping job-seekers organize your job-search. You can use this site to organize and take control of your application process. You can then track jobs from a variety of sources, keep track of your progress, and even set up reminders for follow-up. Also includes great links to other career and job sites. No cost to job-seekers.
- MyPlan.com — designed to help students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about education and careers. Resources to help with deciding on what college to go to, choosing a major, planning for your first career, and making a career change. No cost to job-seekers.
- The Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet — “The grandmother of resources for job seekers,” and still a primiere Web site, with plenty of original advice and resources, as well as plenty of links. No cost to job-seekers.
- VirtualJobCoach — a site whose goal is to help people get better jobs faster by integrating tools, process, and advice. In addition to getting job listings emailed to them, job-seekers will find a resume and cover letter wizard, calendar, to-do-list, and contact database. Fee-based.
- Vocational Information Center — an amazing site for research and links for students and job-seekers interested in exploring numerous vocational and technical careers (from academics to welding… with many in between). All links easily categorized and presented. Free to job-seekers.
- WetFeet.com — a great source of “inside” information about companies, industries, and careers for job-seekers, as well as advice on everything from breaking into a new industry as a career changer to relocating. Sources include employers, annonymous employees, and industry experts. A top career site. Free to job-seekers.
- WhoToTalkTo — a job referral exchange, where job seekers can share information about a current or former job and in exchange find the inside scoop on a prospective job/employer. You can find out exactly who’s doing the hiring, get an idea about what they’re looking for, and can find out how to contact that person directly. No cost to job-seekers.
- WorkMinistry — a career management resource assisting faith-based and community organizations in developing job support groups serving the unemployed, the underemployed and career changers and connecting groups with employers. A lot of resources here — all about career management and networking and referrals. No cost to job-seekers.
Enhance your career! Take advantage of all of our expert free career development advice, tools, and resources — including career assessments and career exploration — in our Career Resources Toolkit for Job-Seekers.
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