Penelope has such a fresh perspective on choosing your career or changing your job. She’s honest and open about her own successes and failures and reading her job blogs, makes you feel like you are not alone in this crazy world of job searching.
Offers some really useful tips on how to job hunt…starting with your resume, cover letter and social media in an effort to successfully get through the applicant tracking systems many companies have in place for screening applicants. They also have free opportunities to scan your resume against the job description, helpful in getting an outside comparison perspective.
Melissa is a vlogger and successfully uses multimedia to reach you through podcasts and live social media feeds; catch her on a medium that works best for you. She provides a personal perspective on hiring managers and guidance on how to present your best self to make you feel like the “interview stage is yours.”
Executive Career Brand
Executive Career Brand provides executives a perspective on how to effectively create and sell the brand, YOU. Their blogs spark creativity in branding yourself and how to avoid the absolute “no’s” in promoting yourself to prospective employers.
Classy Career Girl
CCG is a website dedicated to ambitious women and their pursuit for career happiness. Are you a woman who has goals, dreams and chutzpah? CCG is the blog you need to follow to make your dreams a reality.
Millennials, millennials, millennials! They are our future employees, they march to their own drummers and Lindsey knows the beat. She provides an easy to follow perspective on that elusive generation and straightforward suggestions on how to best attract, hire, manage and review them to ensure symbiosis in the workplace for all generations.
Did you know that Reddit offers career advice and guidance links? The clever and pithy social aggregate site offers links within the realm of career advice https://www.reddit.com/r/careeradvice/and career guidance https://www.reddit.com/r/careerguidance/. Voted up or down by peers, you are able to keep your finger on the pulse of your career through employment topics and trends.