August 24, 2014

It’s Link Love Time

The Internet is full of good info for job seekers. Where do you seek out the most useful job advice? Hopefully your first choice is always  JobMonkey. But guess what? There are some other incredible resources out there that you should be sure to take a look at.

Here are some great articles that we’ve stumbled upon lately:

How To Survive The First Week Of Your “Big Kid” Job @ Blogging4Jobs – We all have to get a “big kid” job in the “real world” at some point, right? Here are some great tips from Heather R. Huhman about how to transition smoothly to this role change.

Why You Need To Do Less To Get Hired @ 40PlusCareerGuru – Doing less and still getting hired? It sounds too good to be true, but according to Neil Patrick this is the ideal strategy for job seekers. Definitely worth a read!

The Poor Fit: 6 Signs That Your Job Is Absolutely The Wrong One @ The Office Blend – When you’re in the wrong job, life is a drag. Here are the signs to look out for before you consider a career change.

5 People Who Conquered The Long-Distance Job Search @ The Muse – Doing the long distance job search is a daunting task and it’s easy to get discouraged. Read the stories of 5 people who were successful and find out how they did it.

The Young Professional’s Ultimate Guide To Twitter @ Lindsay Pollack – Lindsay Pollack is a job search expert. Once again she has a post that you need to check out asap. We all know how important a web presence and social media are in the job search. Here’s how to maximize your Twitter profile to make it work for you. Awesome.

If you enjoy these posts, you’ll probably want to check out some of our previous link love posts on the blog. You never know where you might find inspiration so click away and see where it takes you. If you know of a hidden gem out there, let us know in the comments below this post! Thanks and good luck!

Have a good one!

About this Author 

Derek Lennon is a skier and writer who lives, works, and plays in the mountains. He travels the globe in search of snow and adventure. Life has allowed him to live and work all over the world doing cool jobs and loving every minute of it.

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