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My List of 20 Favorite Career and Job Interview Help Blogs

Let’s face it. There are plenty of good career blogs and interview help blogs out there. And there are also plenty of stinkers. In no way is this meant to be a comprehensive list of all the good ones – just a list of a few of the best career sites I’ve found in my cyber-travels.  Have fun browsing and please feel free to recommend your own favorites career and interview blogs or sites to my other readers:

Well that’s all I have for now. Hope you enjoy!

So what about you? Do you have any career sites or interview help sites you’d like to share?

 

About the author…

Ronnie Ann, founder of Work Coach Cafe, bases her real-world advice on her many years as an organizational consultant where she helped interview and hire people, added to a certificate from NYU in Career Planning & Development and her own adventures as a serial job seeker. She can also be found on her new blog, and on Google+.

Comments

  1. Thank you for including work/life fusion on this list Ronnie Ann!

    There are some great blogs in that group. Some I know, some I am looking forward to getting to know, now you have shared them here

    I’m not just saying it but work coach cafe really is one of my favourite blogs on the net, career or otherwise. It is welcoming, thoughtful, funny, informative, accessible and much more besides.

    You are a wonderful host Ronnie Ann and you know how to make your readers feel at home, which is a rare gift.

    Thanks again and all my very best to you and all of your readers!

    Paul

  2. ^^ I agree. WCC is included everyday in my morning reading activity.

    Thanks for the list as well. I will check those out too!

  3. Thanks for including The Job Lounge among your favorites. I’m honored!

  4. Awww! Thanks Paul and Mr. X! Whatever I pay you to say nice things about me, I’m doubling it. ;-)

    Susan…you have a great blog, website and book and have helped many people. Plus I know you care deeply about really helping, which is huge in my book. Best of luck with your exciting new plans to help many many more!

  5. Wow, thank you.

    I don’t think Clue Wagon has ever been on any Top 20 list before. I think I’m going to need to buy myself a tiara now.

  6. Hahahaha! You crack me up Kerry. It’s what makes your blog such fun. Your real world HR experience doesn’t hurt either. And remember…tiara shopping helps stimulate the economy.

  7. A nice collection of useful career blogs. There seem to be so many of those around right now that it must have been hard to narrow it to 20.
    Thanks

  8. Hi R.A.!

    On behalf of Team Pongo, thanks very much for including us among a list of blogs that we also admire. It’s nice to know we’re in such great company!

    Best,
    Rick

  9. Thank you Ronnie for including us in this great list. We have personally worked with some of these great individuals and it has been an amazing experience so far. There are also a few people on the list who I am not familiar with but that will change soon!

  10. Great list here. I will be following it.

  11. Thanks for stopping by and leaving bread crumbs Survival Insight, Rick , Trace and AJ. Yumm…how I love those! I’m just amazed by how many good blogs are out there.

  12. Carol Laflamme says:

    check this one out thats not on your list:

    jobsearchjungle.com

  13. Thanks Carol! Some interesting posts and I haven’t even gotten past the first page. Added it to my Twitter “following” list. Much appreciated.

    Please feel free to add your own suggestions. Always looking to discover new career & job interview blogs to browse.

    – Ronnie Ann

  14. As career counselor, I just wanted to say you have a great list here. You did a really wonderful job at picking through all of the career blogs out there and putting some of the best on your list.

    I was looking through your links and I noticed a few broken ones. Your links to The Wise Job Search and I’m Unemployed seem to not be working anymore. Other than that, you’ve got an excellent list here!

    I have two more suggestions for sites that would be extremely helpful to your readers – Ms. Career Girl (mscareergirl.com) and Campuses to Careers (campusestocareers.info). Both websites have great information for younger job seekers who are being challenged by today’s tough economy. Young people are having such a hard time getting their careers started, and I believe both of these website give practical, useful information while also encouraging young job seekers.

    Anyways, just wanted to let you know about that broken links and to say thanks!

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