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The Top 100 Websites For Your Career

The Career Project

As a free and interactive career profile database, TheCareerProject.org site allows users to research thousands of real careers through the eyes of the people who work them.This site was designed with the pure intention of letting people of all ages, not just students, voyeur into any job they could think of.

The Daily Muse
Founded by Kathryn Minshew, Alex Cavoulacos and Melissa McCreery in September 2011, The Daily Muse is an online career and lifestyle publication targeted at women. Visit TheDailyMuse.com and you’ll find career advice, book reviews, tips for hiring, Q&A interviews with successful entrepreneurs and inspiring executives, videos and a job board. The Daily Muse also contributes to Forbes.com.

The Hired Group
Founded by nationally-recognized career coach Ryan Kahn, The Hired Group has one goal: to get you hired. Building off of Kahn’s expertise in placing young professionals into the world’s most coveted companies, The Hired Group offers personalized services ranging from resume revisions to internship and job placement. Working with over 900 employers and specializing in public relations, film, TV, music, fashion, marketing and event planning industries, The Hired Group is a top resource for helping students and recent grads in landing their dream career.

The Labor Academy
Aimed at tech professionals, this site offers information on career development, with articles on topics like crafting a personal brand and tech certifications that earn six-figure salaries. The site also includes generic career advice like how to ace a job interview. Mantel Featherson, a career coach who used to consult companies on how best to use tech personnel, writes the articles on the site and publishes guest posts.

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