The Hunt

This page is an aggregate of good job search sites so you don’t have to spend your precious time weeding through the crap.

Reader’s Digest “What to Do When You Lose Your Job”: 

Tips for staying afloat in a grim job market:

Unemployed? You could qualify for tax breaks:

For the professional, how to get started on Twitter:

Site to manage job search process:

Want great job references? Choose them wisely; treat them professionally:

101 Things that will add value to your resume:

17 Interview questions you must be able to answer:

Volunteer Your Way Into A New Job:

Be Your Own Headhunter:

Interviewers Often Ask About Weaknesses:

How To Refresh A Stale Networking Circle:

Thirty Website To Visit When You Are Laid Off:

Sites for Freelance Opportunites:

9 responses to “The Hunt

  1. Hi. I lost you for a couple of weeks. Congratulations on your new position!! Heard the news on TBS. I hope that you will continue the site. It has been a great resource.

  2. Another helpful site is, which has a lot of practical resources for the unemployed (headhunters, resume/interview tips, etc.) It also provides professional networking opportunities for those who either have been laid off, are looking to change careers, or are in the position to facilitate those changes.

  3. Another great site is JibberJabber. Jason Alba runs the site and he is very helpful. Just laid off this week. Jason has written some great blogs.

  4. Hey, hows it going? My name is Matt I am a sophomore in college and I recently began a new job posting site called I found your blog and thought we might be able to help each other out. I just launched my site recently and now I am trying to get the word out any way I can.
    What makes so great is that it is free to both employers and job seekers. Other job sites charge companies thousands of dollars just to view prospective employees. By making my site free to everyone I am hoping to achieve two ends. First to bring a wide assortment of job seekers to and second to attract all types of companies as they will have to pay no fees whatsoever. I thought I would reach out to your blog, hoping you would help me achieve my goal. Currently we are waiting to allow employers to sign up until we have 5,000 registered job seekers. I am doing this so that I will have a large number of workers on the site to draw employers interest.
    So here is my idea, I am going to be keeping a blog on my new site. So if you would do a short write up on my site on your blog I would be more than happy to do that for yours on mine.

    Let me know what you think,


  5. Hello again, just thought I would let you know that we recently started our own blog on our website and have added you to the blogroll. It would be awesome if you could check us out and maybe even add us to your blogroll. I know it is alot to ask of a site as wonderful and well put together as yours. But I really think you should check us out, were new, absolutely free to everyone and looking to help alot of people out.



  6. I would love to thank you very much for your work you have made in writing this posting. I am hoping the same top job from you down the road also.

  7. Sma-ckdab what I was looking for-ty!

Leave a Reply to Lisa Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s