TIPS: Eight Best Job-Search Blogs

By Monika M. Stickelmonika stickel

Blogs, like PSGCNJ’s, are a tremendous source of up-to-date information for job-seekers, whether they are currently in transition or are employed and looking for their next opportunity.

Here is a list of blogs I wanted to share with you along with some great recent articles:

  1.’s Job Searching blog and this related personal blog provide advice and commentary on the world of work.
  2. CareerHub  CareerHub’s blog posts are from a collection of top experts in career counseling, resume writing, and recruiting.

Recent Posts:

3.     JibberJobber Blog

This blog isn’t just focused on job searching. It will help you boost your career every step of the way.

Recent Posts:

4.     Lindsey Pollak

When you’re just starting out after college, Lindsey’s blog will help you get from the classroom to a career.

Recent Posts:

5.     LinkedIn Blog

Here you will find lots of tips and tricks on how to effectively use LinkedIn.

Recent Posts:

6.     Monster Blog

Monster’s blog is one of the originals, and it’s still full of really good job search advice.

Recent Posts:

7.     Personal Branding Blog 

Personal branding is critical not only for those in transition but those currently employed.  

Recent Posts from this Blog

8.     SimplyHired Blog

The latest job market trends and news, plus advice for job seekers.

Recent Posts from this Blog

PSGCNJ member-at-large, Monika M. Stickel recently landed at IEEE. She is a marketing communications and brand management champion with over 15 years of experience with Fortune 500, mid-tier/regional and start up organizations. 

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2 Responses to TIPS: Eight Best Job-Search Blogs

  1. Thanks Monika – I particularly liked the “Personal Brands: Stop Goals, Set Requirements” blog. I recommend it to anyone who is feeling a bit discouraged about job hunting (or anything really) and needs a quick pick me up.

  2. Karolina says:

    Too many blogs say the same things over and over but here’s one that’s different. Check it out:

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