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The ULTIMATE List of Must-Use Job Hunting Websites

The ULTIMATE List of Must-Use Job Hunting Websites
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You go through a workshop or seminar where they plough through endless lists of websites and resources. Or you find yourself stuck on a blank browser window trying to recall that website you heard about, or locate that article you read.

Feeling overwhelmed is a big problem for whatever endeavor you partake in.

If you’re a job seeker, this feeling can multiply all the other negative feelings of frustration you might already have.

If you’re a career professional, you’re wondering how on earth you’re expected to keep up!

Although I can’t promise a complete relief for you, I can at least try to list out as many websites, articles and resources as I can, which I feel to be the most important for job seekers.

I update this list monthly, so bookmark it. Come back often. If you feel something is missing, tell me in the comments below.

Ok. Here goes.

Why is social media so important to finding a job these days?

Personal Branding Help

LinkedIn Job Search Tools and Information

Mobile Job Search

Job Boards

Facebook in the Job Search

Twitter in the Job Search

Personal Landing Pages and Online Reputation

Information for Career Professionals

Information for Students

Information for Veterans

Information for acquiring government jobs 

(coming soon)

Contracting jobs

(coming soon)

General job hunting advice and resources

  • glassdoor
  • jibber jobber
  • dummies.com (I love their deflecting salary questions suggestions.)
  • Alison Doyle web site
  • shrm.org – to see what the employers are talking about

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Joshua Waldman is an authority on leveraging social media to find employment. He is the author of Job Searching With Social Media For Dummies, and his writing has appeared in Forbes, Huffington Post, Mashable and the International Business Times. Joshua’s career blog, CareerEnlightenment, won the About.com Reader’s Choice Award for Best Career Blog 2013. When he’s not writing, Joshua presents keynotes, trainings and breakout sessions around the world for students, career advisors, consortiums and professional organizations. For more information, visit CareerEnlightenment.com

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