Job Seekers Resources
We have compiled job seeker resource links on subjects such as interviewing, attire, resume building, salary negotiation and more.
Part of The Riley Guide’s Employment Opportunities and Job Resources. Includes articles, info on where to go on the Internet for job search information, and many links to journal articles, etc.
This list gives detailed information about the privacy practices at each site, including information about how much spam or job offers a resume posted at the site received.
To help you ace your next interview, read on for a list of DO’s and DON’Ts to keep in mind during your next job interview.
Includes a telephone script, questions to ask, getting ready for tough questions, and general interview tips. Go to Monster’s interview center for a virtual interview.
Download samples of job applications from this site – includes excellent tips, and information for different fields of employment.
This non-commercial “blog” site might be the ONLY Resume Writing Guide You Will Need. UptoWork puts together the most comprehensive guides on the Internet. Their guides are written by a team of professionals with experience in recruiting and backed by research and studies.
This infographic “cheat sheet” contains all of the best resume advice you need in one place. It also showcases keywords to use that stand out when you’re describing yourself and your experience.
The mission of How To Write A Resume.org is to assist a job seeker with how to write a resume and cover letter, distributing a resume to hiring managers, and assistance for composing a thank-you letter. This site was designed for everyone from the novice job hunter to the HR professional.
Consulting with industry experts, Open Colleges has complied this comprehensive guide on how to put together a resume. Learn how to use social media to find a job role, network, and gain and succeed at an interview.
An article called “Job Hunting: Dress for Success” with specific tips for men and women.
Salary.com contains a salary clinic, salary news, plus information on negotiating salary, stock options, benefits, and bonuses.
Gives a free salary report by job title (includes job descriptions) for specific metropolitan areas, and gives the buying power for that area.
What’s your perfect career? If you don’t mind skipping through lots of ads/offers, this free personality assessment will give you insight into your personality traits and the careers they match up with.
This site has Resume Templates & Resume Samples as well as a Resume Builder. See tips on building your resume and which template to use.