Our goal is to provide quality career and job-search advice to all of our readers. However, we know it can be tiresome to read content from the same site over and over again. To ensure you get all the advice you need, we’ve put together a list of our favorite blogs about career advice. No matter who you are, one of these is sure to have the information you need. Furthermore, all we ask is that you don’t forget about us!
The Muse is a great resource for anyone busy with a job search. It’s mainly geared towards a Millennial audience, but much of the advice applies to any job seeker. They also list cool places to work, which is worth checking out.
This platform provides trusted, easy-to-use career support for people who want more out of their careers. Long-time career expert and influencer J.T. O’Donnell founded the company back in 2009 with the intent of helping people find more success and satisfaction in their careers.
Jobacle stands out from simply having great content. The site is very easy to navigate and all of the articles read quickly. Any topic from asking for a raise to working with a recruiter is covered here.
This one aims to inform, inspire and entertain recruiters and HR, on top of job seekers and anyone with a general interest in the workplace.
Corporette specializes in career guidance for women. The site has a unique balance of casual and professional content, with unique tags. All career advice is tagged career, whereas a post about a new clothing accessory would be filed under ‘coffee break’. If you want your advice balanced with more casual blogging, check out Corporette.
You may know Monster as the job board giant, but what many don’t realize is that they have a fantastic blog about job searching. Articles are very short and easy to read, and many of them harness the vast amount of data at Monster’s fingertips.
Looking for a flexible work schedule? This site is your answer. If you’re looking to work remotely, telecommute, or work freelance, this site should be your destination for advice.
This one focuses on mostly science and tech jobs, but still offers an array of advice for the typical job seeker. They also feature advice for recruiters and managers and have shared a ton of tips for navigating the workforce during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ask a Manager is a site that’s a bit more useful for someone who is currently employed. It covers many HR topics and an experienced manager gives her perspective on awkward work situations. It makes for great reading because all of the advice is based on real-world experiences, and you can even submit your questions or scenarios!
Career Pivot is a career design firm for those who are a bit later and life and want to repurpose their career. Their blog has a ton of helpful advice for those trying to switch industries, re-brand themselves or simply freshen up their career!
Each of these blogs brings something unique. Whether you’re a new job-seeker, an HR professional, an IT specialist, or a working mom, one of these sites is sure to help you out and keep you interested. Just don’t forget to keep checking out our blog too!