Job Hunter’s Bible

December 1, 2009

Dick Bolles created this site as a supplement to What Color is Your Parachute and The Job Hunter’s Survival Guide.  It works just as well, however, independently. Novices with limited experience on computers should check out the section on the Internet.  His instructions, explanations, and extensive listing of websites clarify a number of job hunting topics for people with various levels of experience. The left frame of the homepage is the best way to check out what this site has to offer, especially the site map option at the bottom of the frame.  Click here.


Job-Hunt.org

November 24, 2009

An award winning website that provides links to over 13,000 employers as well as a large selection of quality sites, articles, and tutorials.  Click either here or on the logo above.


Career Jet.COM – An Employment Search Engine

July 18, 2007

This web site collects job postings from the worldwide internet and makes them available in one place. You can sort jobs by industry or geographical location. The job seeker will be directed to the original web site where the job is posted.


Career Information/Resource Meta Site

November 15, 2006


America’s Career InfoNet http://acinet.org/acinet/

CareerJournal http://www.careerjournal.com.

Wall Street Journal.

Quintessential Careers http://www.quintcareers.com/

The Riley Guide http://rileyguide.com Practical advice on all aspects of online job searching and the job application process.

VAULT “the most trusted name in career information” http://www.vault.com/Includes job listings both in
USA and overseas and articles about resume and cover letter writing.


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