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Monster Career Snapshot

Helps job seekers research new occupations and explore areas that might lead to career goals. Information includes formal descriptions, related job titles, expected education levels, as well as user-generated content for over 2500 occupations.

 

Video Overview: http://media.monster.com/a/i/infomons/media/Monster Career Snapshots.wmv

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45 votes
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Monster Career Mapping

Provides real-world data visualization about the types of careers people have taken, starting from a given position. With Career Mapping, job seekers determine possible next steps in their career plans and how to potentially reach their career goals.

 

Video Overview: http://media.monster.com/a/i/infomons/media/Monster Career Mapping.wmv

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Monster' Making It Count Program

For high school students and life-long learners to plan their career paths. Consists of in-person events, take-home workbook, and follow-up via web sites and direct contact with sponsors to explore career options and educational pathways. Program is tailored to the audience, regional and national needs, and includes sponsorship by stakeholders so attendance is free.

Video Overview: http://media.monster.com/ads/trak/makingitcount/videos/MIC-promo/... more »

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Monster Custom / Diversity Leadership Programs

Empowering college students and encouraging diverse ideas and cultures in corporate America. Each summer, the Diversity Leadership Programs help top-tier college students bridge the gap in the transition from college to entry-level career. These dynamic, energy-filled programs give students the opportunity to build life and career skills and network with industry-leading employers while forging life-long relationships... more »

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Monster Power Seeker Workshops

High-energy in-person events that help job seekers to understand the ‘new rules’ of getting a job. Monster experts provide Job Seekers with the advice and techniques they need to stand out from the crowd. Workshops can be tailored for different audiences, including duration of the workshop, the number of participants, and the specific audience you wish to target.

click here for video: http://media.monster.com/id/training/PSW/... more »

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The Undercover Recruiter

"Find a job you love and you will never work a day in your life" – Confucius

The purpose of this website is to maximize your career and enable you to be the architect of your own destiny. My aim is for you to find and secure the job that you love and as a result lead a happy and fulfilled life. The insider information and tools provided on this site will help you get there.

It's what you do that defines you, they say.... more »

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CareerOneStop - Career Resource Library

The Career Resource Library is a collection of career- and employment-related resources, both Internet links and articles. Resources are available to help you investigate education and training, choose an occupation, find a job, plan career moves, and a host of other employment-related tasks. Find this tool at www.careeronestop.org

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Ask The Headhunter

Companies need to hire people who will help produce profit. No job hunting tool in America matches people to companies on this criterion.

This is why Ask The Headhunter is one of the top 3 "Google results" on a search for "headhunter." Ask The Headhunter is where savvy job hunters (and employers) turn for advice -- pure advice, no job boards -- about how to use a top headhunter's methods to match workers and employers... more »

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UpMo.com

UpMo.com is a highly-personalized career management service that uses expert insights, the proven best practices of successful professionals and patent-pending scientific tools to help job-seekers confidently get the job they want faster and all professionals execute well-defined career plans.

At the heart of the UpMo service is the Intelligent Job Hunt™, a patent-pending algorithmic engine that searches millions of... more »

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GadBall.com

GadBall (www.GadBall.com) is a unique career portal for Job Seekers and One Stop Centers developed and supported by Data Frenzy, its clients, and job board partners. GadBall is entirely free for Job Seekers and One Stop Centers.

GadBall has several job search, job matching and career exploration features; even though only one category selection is permissible for this challenge, GadBall is a good fit for all categories.... more »

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Rapid Guide - Favorite tool for hundreds of labor orgaizations

No doubt this is the best tool out there...

Over 1 million Rapid Guides have been used by colleges, workforce agencies, One-Stops, Career Centers and other organizations to educate people on topics including how to find a job, layoff survival, interviewing, financial aid, scholarships, youth services.

Hundreds of organizations use Rapid Guides because it allows them a cost effective way to both educate these readers... more »

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Glassdoor.com

What is Glassdoor.com?
Glassdoor.com is a career and workplace community where anyone can find and anonymously share salary details about specific jobs for specific employers or company and interview reviews describing life on the inside of an employer — all for free. What sets us apart is that all our information comes from the people who know these companies best — either the employees who work there or the candidates... more »

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