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7 Best Websites for Your Career ...

By Corina

If you’re looking for a new job or you simply want to get a promotion, you should take a look at this list of best websites for your career. They offer the best tools and advice for job seekers and workers who want to advance in their career. Even though every individual has a different set of priorities and needs, these sites will offer you help to reach your goals and fulfill your dreams. Experts say that if you are looking for a job, you should only spend 10% of your time online; the rest should be devoted to networking, pursuing leads and researching companies where you want to work. Here are 7 best websites for your career that you should take a look at:

1 LinkedIn.com

LinkedIn is definitely one of the best websites for your career since it’s the largest professional social networking site. It has more than 175 million members in over 200 countries worldwide. It’s free to become a member of this website, it allows you to meet different professionals in your field, you can even find job offers there and your LinkedIn profile actually serves as your resume in some cases.

2 Monster.com

This is one of the oldest online job search engines, having been created in 1995. This site will help you find the job you need and that’s right for you. It will also help you build a better career, it will teach you how to create a killer resume, prepare for interviews and launch your career.

3 Glassdoor.com

Glassdoor is a very popular American website where employees and former employees anonymously review companies and even their management. This site has salary information for 160,000 companies based on 2.5 million user reports. The reviews are real because Glassdoor verified through technological checks of e-mail addresses that the reviews came from real employees.

4 Indeed.com

Indeed.com is actually one of the most efficient websites for surveying job listings since it gathers information from news sites, company listings and even from job boards. You can search for a job based on your location, salary range and work experience. This website is available in 50 countries and 26 languages and you will find it to be very helpful for your career.

5 Internships.com

This is actually the world’s largest internship marketplace where employers can post internships and also get access to its internship database for free. It includes paid and unpaid, full-time or part-time internships so visit this website and discover internships that align with your career goals.

6 The Wall Street Journal Career Site

This website is very helpful since it’s packed with lots of information that will help you advance in your career and it’s even filled with free content aimed at job seekers. You can also find a link to the Wall Street Journal’s financial jobs website (FINS) and a link to the “At Work” blog, where you will find even more articles on subjects like college co-op work programs and job security.

7 Idealist.org

This is one of the largest employment boards for non-profit jobs and it has more than 1 million registered users. It includes volunteer opportunities, a list of events related to the non-profit world and also a blog with all kind of tips that will help you in your career.

There are a lot of websites that will help you grow in your career. I just mentioned the ones I consider to be the most helpful but I’m sure that there are many more I could add to this list. Do you know any other websites that will help you in your career? Please tell us about them in the comments section!

<Sources:</
forbes.com
dailydappr.com

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