It’s almost a wrap. Just a few more months to go till we say “goodbye” to 2017 and “hello” to 2018. One of your goals for this year might have been to finally land a job you loooveeee.
So, if you’ve been on an endless search for that dream job, GIRL… it’s not too late! We have put together four great and useful career sites that will empower and inspire you to get back on the job hunt
#1 The Muse
Are you desperately looking for useful job search and interview tips? It is worth check outing The Muse. You might already be familiar with this one. The Muse is a well-known career site and definitely a go-to blog for job hunting advice. On their ‘Get Advice’ section you will find tons of career tips from how to build a great resume to how to answer the most common interview questions – So, if you’re prepping for an interview or putting together a killer CV, checking out their career blog will give you the ‘extra’ tips you need.
#2 Marie Forleo
If you’re seriously looking to boost your confidence, Marie Forleo, an American life-coach will help you do that. Not only does she share useful career advice, you will get a lot of useful tips that you could practice in your daily life. Besides all the confidence-boosting material on her blog, you can also check out her always fun to watch YouTube clips. – Personally, I love her YouTube channel.
HerAgenda is on a mission to encourage and empower millennial women. On their site, you’ll find a lot of inspiration from a diverse group of women who share their ‘Agenda’. HerAgenda is a useful source to get inspired by some of the amazing things women just like you and I have achieved in their career and business. Also, they host various events, workshops, and panels, which might be worth checking out.
This one might seem quite obvious, but still mentioning it, just in case it’s not. LinkedIn is a great platform for you to build your network and connect with both recruiters and employers. If you’re just using LinkedIn as an online CV or to showcase your work history (which I have been guilty of), there’s much more you can get out of it.
Besides connecting with people (depending on the people or organizations you follow), you can also get some useful career advice and tips.