Career counselors are always a great option for those looking for advice; however, there are now a myriad of blogs written specifically to help the job seeker. You can likely find the answer to any question you might have with just a quick Internet search.
In recent years, there has been an influx in the number of people looking for jobs. Because of this phenomenon, career advice has become a rather popular niche for bloggers.
There are so many out there, that it may be hard for you to pick out the most helpful. Here at Resunate, our favorite blogs for job seekers include:
The Work Buzz
The Work Buzz is a blog powered by CareerBuilder.com. This site posts all kinds of articles that will helpful in all stages of your search.
While this blog targets young professionals, everyone can benefit from their career advice.
This is a blog powered by SimplyHired.com and posts articles on just about everything you need for your job hunt. While you read up on advice articles, you can take advantage of SimplyHired.com’s job search engine.
The Job Bored
This site is a job search and a career advice blog. The Job Bored is easy to navigate. Users can easily submit a question and scan through the advice forum.
Use Career Rocketeer for career advice and to get advice from top experts.
This blog offers all kinds of career advice, posts on the latest employment news, and the newest job trends.
This blog offers a variety of thoughtful posts on employment news, career advice, and more. Talent Culture also offers a Twitter chat on Wednesdays from 7-8 p.m. EST.
Lindsey Pollak is a “next generation career expert.” Her blog benefits all career professionals, but is specifically helpful to recent graduates.
Heather Huhman’s blog is great for individuals looking for career advice, especially those interested in internships.
MBA Highway’s blog is targeted at MBA candidates, but has a wide offering for all job seekers.
Next Chapter New Life
This blog is particularly helpful for those looking for a career change and seasoned job seekers.
Are there any other blogs that you find particularly helpful to your job search?