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- Explore the networking resources at http://www.monster.com/.
- Create your free account and use the job search tool at http://firsttimers.monster.com/.
- Read an article on career advice in your specific field at http://content.monster.com/.
- Familiarize yourself thoroughly with http://www.jobhuntersbible.com/intro/intro.php.
- Complete a career advancement test at http://www.queendom.com/tests/career/career_adv_access.html.
- Explore jobs available in your area on websites like jobing.com, monster.com, or theladders.com. How effective do you think listing jobs on these sites might be? Look at your own resume (or jot down what you might write on a resume in the future). Are there any jobs that you are qualified for currently? What skills must you develop in order to be qualified for some of the more interesting jobs listed?
- Job Hunters Bible (from the author of What Color Is My Parachute?)
- Queendom tests
From the Text
- http://www.careercity.com (Advice on a range of topics including employment interview preparation and following up on leads)
- http://www.JobHuntersBible.com (Career guru Dick Bolles guides career changers and suggests actions to take after they have exhausted Internet job sites)
- http://www.vault.com (Wealth of information about career advancement, job finding, and occupational profiles)