Great ideas come from many sources, which is why we at Hourly have created this list of sites and blogs that we think offer up great information (and insight) on landing the job and moving your career forward. Subscribe to their newsletters, feeds, follow or like them…whatever works for you.
Brazen is a career-management site for high achieving young professionals and ambitious college students. The site helps you meet new people, find a job, and build relevant relationships to advance your career.
The Careerealism blog provides daily career advice served up in an original, refreshingly real manner. Their site is focused on providing cutting-edge career advice that gives job seekers no-nonsense information, tools and resources to help them find a new job as quickly as possible.
Everything you need to know about Careers, Workplace, Culture, Social Media, Innovation, and more. TalentCulture is a diverse community creating and sharing on what it means to find meaningful careers and use them to grow.
Fistful of Talent is a multi-contributor blog where they discuss all things talent related. You’ll hear from a dozen or so different voices on the blog from the worlds of corporate talent management, management consulting, third party and executive recruiting. Join in the conversation!
Job-Hunt.org is an award-winning employment portal, with links to more than 18,000 employer recruiting pages, networking and job search resources. The site also offer articles from more than 500 job search and career experts. Job-Hunt.org has been named as US News & World Report’s top site for finding work, Forbes’ Best of the Web for Job Hunting and PC Magazine’s Best of the Internet for Careers.
Heather is a well-recognized career expert, an experienced hiring manager, and someone who has been in nearly every employment-related situation imaginable. Heather knows and understands the needs of today’s employers and internship and entry-level job seekers. Heather is a regular contributor to Business Insider, CAREEREALISM, Career Rocketeer, Glassdoor, Talent Culture, USNews.com, Wall Street Journal, and many more.
Miriam is the author of Social Networking for Career Success, and an expert source for CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and other media outlets. Miram keep up-to-date with all the latest trends for job seekers and entrepreneurs.
Alison Doyle is a job search and employment expert with years of experience in human resources, career development, and job searching, with a focus on online job searching, social media, professional networking, and employment issues, trends and technologies.
The thinking man’s and woman’s career blog, Eve Tahmincioglu has been writing about business for nearly two decades and her stories have appeared in a host of publications including the New York Times, Time, Salon.com, and BusinessWeek. Her specialties include workplace issues, the small business and entrepreneurial world, and leadership, including interviews with some of the biggest names in Corporate America.
Lindsey Pollak is a bestselling author and nationally recognized expert on Generation Y career and workplace issues. She is the author of Getting from College to Career: 90 Things to Do Before You Join the Real World and Global Spokesperson for LinkedIn.com.
Kerry Hannon is a writer, editor and blogger covering jobs, retirement, aging issues and personal finance for numerous national publications including, Forbes magazine and U.S. News & World Report. and is AARP’s Jobs Expert and writes the “Great Jobs for Retirees” column.
The mission of Career Sherpa is to guide new job seekers through the treacherous terrain of job search, by providing a map and tools to navigate today’s competitive landscape. What makes Hannah different from other job search strategists is that expects readers to do the work & heavy lifting. She’ll give it to you straight in the hopes that gets you a job sooner.
Anita Bruzzese is a nationally syndicated columnist on the workplace and award-winning journalist. Her “On the Job” column is featured in dozens of newspapers and Web sites every week, with a readership of more than eight million. She often tackles topics ranging from taking control of your career, avoiding workplace blunders and responsible business blogging.
Advice, Opinion & Wisdom for job seekers. Rich has experience in all areas of staffing and has provided him a wealth of knowledge, experience, joy, and opinion which he shares with his readers.
Jodi Glickman is an expert in training young people how to be Great on the Job. Jodi is an entrepreneur, author, public speaker, consultant and regular blogger for Harvard Business Review. She is a faculty member of the Johnson School’s Leadership Program at Cornell and a contributor to Fortune.Com and Business Insider.
Maggie is a certified life purpose and career coach and hosts a weekly national radio show on SIRIUS XM called “Making a Living with Maggie” . CNN has dubbed her one of the Nation’s Best-Known Career Coaches.
While ResumeBear is first and foremost a resume tracking service, Bob Warren & the Resume Bear Blog offer great job insights & tips on using social media, interview skills and job communication.