Whether you’re a baby boomer, millennial or former stay-at-home mom venturing into the workplace, the following 25 bloggers have you covered on how you can ace your next interview and land your dream job.
How Meghan can help you: Is your career giving you sleepless nights? Meghan offers tips on how to succeed and survive within the workplace culture through career strategy and advice.
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How Lea can help you: She offers valuable strategies for interview techniques, overcoming objections from employers for first-time job seekers and keeping motivated during your job search. She is also a career coach for personalized consultations.
How Hannah can help you: Her services run the gamut from jumpstarting your job search and using social media tricks to find your job, to providing ideas for your success as a solopreneur or small business owner.
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How Joshua can help you: His website provides mini-courses for job seekers as well as Linkedin writing certification and speaking and training programs for career professionals. Free templates, videos and websites are also offered to further your job search.
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How Kevin and Olivia can help you: If you’re a high achiever, this site is for you. Their landing page provides a download link for a free book on how to ace desirable senior level positions even if you think you don’t have the required qualifications. The book is a step-by-step system that has allegedly been tested on 14,000 clients.
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How Maggie can help you: Maggie’s blog not only touches on career secrets and insights, but also how to overcome fear and change your mindset for success.
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How Susan can help you: She’s experienced both sides of the job market - both as a job seeker and a person who’s hired employees. Her site is an in-depth resource for job seekers and focuses on how to prepare for and ace an interview as well as what to do while waiting for the job offer.
How Undercover Recruiter can help you: The aim of this site is to inform and inspire job seekers as well as recruiters. It contains a wealth of information that includes using social media to find a job as well as the qualities that employers are looking for in a candidate.
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How Debra can help you: Debra’s site shares insights into the job search process, how to write a killer resume with a cover letter, tips on holding your own during an interview as well as networking advice sprinkled into the mix.
How Lori can help you: Among the vast topics specifically for job seekers, she also covers topics such as job searches in the digital age and finding jobs that allow you to work remotely. The information regarding career assessments is particularly invaluable if you’re stuck in an unfulfilling job and wanting to make a career change based on your strengths.
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How Dawn can help you: The site is a great resource if you want more generalized information regarding a career. Her advice is aimed not only at the job seeker, but also if you are currently employed or thinking of retiring.
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How Kirk can help you: His blog targets students, alumni and young professionals and offers them advice and guidance on how to secure their dream job.
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How Daisy can help you: Her services are mainly related to interview, job search and career coaching that are aimed at aspiring managers and leaders. She also offers a professional resume package. If you’re in the market for a coach, this site is for you.
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How Dana can help you: You could spend at least a hour on Dana’s site — there’s just so much invaluable information for job seekers. Want to know how to beat the Applicant Tracking System or how to address gaps in your work history on your resume? She is also generous in providing free downloadable tools such as email marketing scripts and resume templates.
How Jacqui can help you: Although her expertise leans heavily toward creating a winning resume, I found her blog to be helpful for general job hunting advice and tips.
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How Jill can help you: Jill specializes in coaching millennial women and creating an action plan for their success in more fulfilling careers. She offers one-on-one as well as workshop and group coaching.
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How Lindsey can help you: Are you a young professional seeking advice on how to navigate the workplace? Lindsey can help. Mentoring millennials is her expertise.
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How Penelope can help you: There is a ton of information on her site ranging from her on-demand course to find your dream job, to one-on-one coaching. I recommend reading the “How to” articles (in the right- hand side bar) that cover the typical subjects of resumes, interviews, career changes and negotiating salaries.
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How Marc can help you: Baby boomers are the focus on Marc’s site. His “Reader Mailbag” page on his blog is particularly helpful — readers submit their career/job search questions and Marc answers them.
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How Karen can help you: Karen advises how you can use your skills to manage your career and overcome challenges, whether or not you’re job hunting or climbing the corporate ladder. The “Quick Tips” page provides snippets of helpful information.
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How Rich can help you: His site is geared toward job seekers and employers alike. There’s even an article that covers how to get capital for your startup business. Rich provides well-rounded advice and information.
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How John can help you: John’s focus is on building your confidence so that you can effectively network and take steps to creating relationships with career influencers. He offers a free “tools guide” for connecting with top performers.
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How Harrison can help you: Do you have trouble setting goals and staying positive throughout your job search? No problem, because Harrison has you covered. His “Must Read Articles” shares tons of advice on how to navigate the career path quagmire.
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How Heather can help you: Her blog offers career advice specifically geared toward interns: how to stay inspired during your internship as well as how to negotiate an internship salary are just a couple of tips she shares.
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How The Glasshammer can help you: The site is dedicated to professional women in the workforce. It’s a top-notch career resource for both working women and those who are returning to work after being a stay-at-home mom.
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