OnlineDegrees.org Publishes List of Top 100 Career Advice Blogs
Are you unemployed? Or currently employed but still hunting for that better job? If so, career advising blogs could be a great place to start your search. www.OnlineDegrees.org offers help connecting you with the Top 100 Career Advice Blogs. Form this well put list, you can mix and match until you find your favorite advice-flavored career blog(s).
Out of the extensive list, the top 3 (Career Realism, WebWorkerDaily, and Position Ignition) offer some interesting and not so usual information for the current job seeker.
Career Realism’s founder, J.T. O’Donnell, who has been cited in The New York Times, CNN.com, MSNBC.com, and various other popular publications, says:
We have over 30 experts who provide advice on a daily basis and are currently ranked as one of the top 5 career advice blogs on the Internet.”
With such highly-ranked careers experts, it would be hard not to trust any information they are kind enough to share.
At WebWorkerDaily, besides finding articles on unemployment and career advice, you can also find useful articles about the latest technology tools for business owners and professionals. Their range of articles go from specific topics such as Applications, how-to guides, social media, and browsers, as well as much broader topics on Apple, Google, Windows products and more.
Nisa Chitakasem, one of the co-founders of Position Ignition, says:
We have a number of Guides who all contribute to the blog and who have had real life and career experiences of their own to draw from. Not only are they great career guides and are highly qualified coaches –they have all had very successful careers –being HR Directors, Headhunters, CEOs, COOs, senior managers in top firms and more.
Again, why wouldn’t you listen to any piece of advice these career monsters have to offer? In my opinion, it is always better to learn from the best.
There are 97 more Career Advice Blogs on the list, and they all have useful information depending on your career orientation and expertise. One thing these sites have in common is they offer you and I useful articles and resources to help us in the seemingly never ending hunt for the perfect job!
A few of the articles mentioned throughout the list that called my attention are listed below. You can pick and choose, or refer to the original list to find your favorite one(s).
- “20 Powerful Action Verbs to Kick Your Resume Up a Notch!”
- “5 Popular Career Personality Tests”
- “Job searching: Find the Needle.”
- “Why Job Boards are evil.”
- “Top 5 reasons why “The customer is Always Right” is wrong,”
- “The 5 iPhone Apps That Every Job Seeker Needs”
- … and from our own site: “The 7 Mistakes People Make When Networking Online.”