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Career Management Tools and Resources

This section contains resources such as tips, articles, newsletters and Web sites that can help you in your job search, career advancement and/or professional development.

Resume Tools & Templates


Tips


Articles


Career Newsletters


Web Sites of Interest

  • 6FigureJobs — Executive career management site offers a free newsletter and career advice articles.

  • BusinessWeek Online — The Careers section of this Web site contains articles, blogs, podcasts, slide shows, videos and more.

  • CareerJournal.com — The career information Web site from The Wall Street Journal. Offers career articles, salary negotiation tips, discussion forum and more.

  • Careers.Org — Offers hundreds of links to relevant career, job, job search, career education, self-employment, career services and career reference sites.

  • Job-Hunt.Org — Provides lists of useful Internet-accessible job-search resources and services on the Web. Has a great listing of State Employment Offices along with links to resources for finding jobs in each state.

  • JobWeb® — Career development and job-search information for college students and new college graduates.

  • Quintessential Careers: College, Careers, and Job Guide — Offers free career and job-hunting advice (through articles, tools, tips, samples, and tutorials), as well as links to job sites.

  • Ravenwerks Information Center — Site offers a free newsletter, discussion forum and articles organized into the topics of Leadership, Teamwork, Best Practices, Marketing, Customer Service and Technology.

  • Resumania — Site offers career tips, question of the month and examples of how NOT to write a resume.

  • University of Minnesota's Résumé Tutor!© — This Web site offers a program designed to walk you through the steps of formatting your résumé. Includes free résumé-writing tips, advice and examples. This site also helps you evaluate what you have written.

Career Related Workshop/Presentation Materials from the 95th Annual ISM Conference (2010)


Professional Development Resources