After gathering more than 600 online job search websites and tools, The DOL is now asking job seekers and career development professionals to vote for their favorite tools. Those with the most votes will be featured in major government job search / employment sites, including One-Stop Career Centers across the U.S.
DEADLINE FOR VOTING IS FRIDAY, JANUARY 15TH AT 9 PM EASTERN TIME.
Please take a moment to cast your vote. Here's how:
Go to Tools for America’s Job Seekers Challenge, sign up, browse the entries, and click a thumbs up for ones you like. You can vote for as many tools as you like, but you can only vote once per tool.
If browsing through 600 options doesn't appeal to you, use my cheat sheet below. Just:
- Go to the Challenge homepage and Login/Signup.
- Return to this blog post and click the links below.
- Click on the big thumb next to the tool.
If you're really inspired about the tool, write a comment after it to let the DOL know what you like about it. (Comments encourage more votes!)My Top Job Search Tools for the Challenge
Susan Ireland's Resume Site
Susan Ireland's Job Search Tools
Susan Ireland's YouTube Playlists for Job Search
Fill-in-the-Blank Resume Workbooks by Yana Parker
Job-Hunt.org, The Online Job Search Guide
Veterans' Online Job Search Guide
The Riley Guide
#1 LinkedIn Jobs Group for Jobs, Career Advice and Networking
JibberJobber.com Organize your job search and professional contacts
About.com Job Searching
Please vote now! Voting closes on January 15th, 9 pm EST.
Want to recommend a tool we should vote for? Leave the web address as a comment to this post.