My List of Terrific Job Search Resources

by Laura Labovich on March 23, 2012

For my Georgetown University friends, and other MBA students / job seekers about to embark on a job search, bookmark these sites to help you along the way:

  • Mashable is an Internet news blog, started by Pete Cashmore in July 2005, that focuses on social media news (www.mashable.com)
  • Executive Career Brand is a blog penned by my friend, and colleague, Meg Guiseppi. She’s a terrific writer and her advice on executive branding is pretty much second to none. (www.executivecareerbrand.com)
  • JibberJobber is a tool for job seekers, job hunters, recruiters and headhunters to organize the job hunt and manage a professional network. (www.jibberjobber.com)
  • Job-Hunt.org is a FREE award-winning employment portal, one of the Web’s oldest and most trusted sources of job search resources and advice. (www.job-hunt.org)
  • Indeed is the #1 job site worldwide, with over 50 million unique visitors and 1 billion job searches per month that aggregates listings from the other top job boards. (www.indeed.com)
  • Resunate.com is an advanced resume builder, that allows job seekers to create job- specific resumes in under 30 seconds.

Keep checking back in; I’ll be updating this list soon!

🙂 Laura

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julie April 21, 2012 at 11:22 pm

Job seekers need to get out face to face. The best way is at job fairs. Yes, people do get hired at job fairs.

Free webinar on how to succeed at job fairs @funjobfairs.com

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