Free Advice on Job Search
The following sites provide free advice on job search and related topics.
Web sites come and go, so if you find that a link does not work, please email DMarwick@JobAssist.org.
Level-headed advice in short articles, typically distributed weekly. This site also has an extensive archive and search function.
Summary of events in three fields—finance, sales, and IT (you sign up for one), along with a useful article (almost every day) on job search and related topics.
Useful articles, typically distributed every other week.
The Daily Muse
Links to articles about job search and on-the-job advice. Seems aimed at younger workers. Distributed daily (or so).
Links to articles about job search and on-the-job advice. Distributed daily (or so).
Links to relevant articles. Aimed at mature workers.
Marty Nemko’s web site features a searchable library of articles, some provocative. At his site, you can sign up for his blog.
The following sites were recommended in a January 9, 2013, article by Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary, entitled “When Work Still Beckons.” The article summarizes an interview with Kerry
Hannon, author of Great Jobs for Everyone 50+: Finding Work That Keeps You Happy and Healthy . . . and Pays the Bills.