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60 Resources and Job Search Websites

60 Resources and Job Search Websites
We have been covering resources for job hunters for quite sometime now. Since the launch of our blog in January 2009, we have come a long way, thanks to you. With unemployment rate still high it has become a challenge to find a job, however, with due effort and determination your dream job isn’t that far. We have compiled a list of sixty resources which includes resume articles, job interview articles, job search sites, career and job related blogs, LinkIn Groups and twitter accounts you should follow (10 each) . We are continually trying to provide resources for our readers and job seekers, if you would like us to cover a specific topic please feel free to let us know through your comments. One more thing, before we get started we want to remind you that unless you put these resources and tips mentioned in these articles into action, the goal can never be achieved. A brief excerpt from the article is included for each link to give you an idea what you will be reading. Related Posts

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10 Tweeple to Follow During Your Job Search Twitter is a great resource during your job search. There’s a multitude of helpful people who are active on the platform, and many of those individuals regularly share and produce content relevant to today’s job search. Who should you follow during your job search? Here’s a list (in no particular order) of some accounts to add to your current follow list: [See Skills v. Mindset: Which Will Get You the Job?] Job Center of Wisconsin - Publications index Español | Hmoob Wisconsin Job Centers have designed a variety of publications to help you get connected to the world of work. They are organized by four broad topic areas: Job Readiness Job Search Resumes and Applications Interviewing Ordering information Job Readiness titles

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