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The Broke Blog

The Broke Blog is produced by Sandra Rogers, founder of the BrokeButNotForLong, Inc. Ms. Rogers is an educator, writer and trainer. The blog is linked to an employment social network site that provides job-related resources and educational videos for veterans, persons with disabilities, and displaced workers. The blog post articles on unemployment issues such as understanding situational poverty, Web-based and phone ...more »

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door64.com: A community approach to the job search.

JOB BOARDS HAVE A BIG PROBLEM: Upwards of 70% of all jobs are found through professional networking, and not through traditional job boards. However, most professionals (especially in technology sectors) have poor networks because (a) they don't realize its importance in current or future job searches, and (b) opportunities to meet local colleagues are rare. Both of these issues are addressed by taking a focused community ...more »

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iSpeak Blog

iSpeak is a career and education information blog associated with Minnesota's ISEEK.org web site. The site covers a broad range of topics including: job search, dealing with job loss and the recession, green careers, working arrangements, career management, education planning and understanding labor market information.

 

iSpeak tackles timely and relevent topics with an interesting and informative approach.

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