Career Advice Doesn't Grow On Trees, It Lives Inside

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New vertical search engine crawls the web for the best career advice.

Whether you need advice on changing careers or writing your resume, a new internet search engine aims to guide you in your quest. is an exciting new tool that both job seekers and career coaches will find extremely useful.

Available for free at, this vertical search engine crawls a unique and powerful collection of career advice sites & blogs, and then categorizes their information into an easy to use interface. Users can conduct keyword searches on their favorite career topic or choose from a handy list of topical subjects ranging from job hunting tips to career change advice.

There are no jobs on CHIMBY, just career advice.

Currently, the index contains information from over 360 of the best career advice sites on the web and has categorized over 150,000 pages of content. This includes sites like CareerJournal, QuintCareers and a number blogs written by career coaches and recruiting professionals. Each site is hand picked by our own career site expert and must meet certain requirements to be included.

Started by online entrepreneur, Chris Russell, who founded the job board network, is his vision of a gateway to career advice. "There's too much career advice on the web today and people don't know who to trust or believe", says Russell. "Furthermore the number of spam sites now proliferating online touting career advice are not reliable. By carefully selecting only the best sites published by trustworthy experts, Chimby is all you need when it comes to finding career advice". features include RSS feeds for each topical subject and a handy "widget" which allows web sites to include the CHIMBY search box on their own site. Privately branded versions of Chimby are also available for license on a yearly basis. College career centers are eligible for free versions to place on their own sites for students. More information on licensing is available at by clicking on the licensing page.

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