Gunter, Texas (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Career Confidential, an online job search resource offering articles, videos, tools, and tips backed by a team with decades of experience in helping people get work, has compiled another useful free resource to help job seekers get hired.
The free resource is a list of the best job search sites available online and works with information published in a recent issue of Forbes business magazine. Job seekers can access this Career Confidential resource at http://careerconfidential.com/top-75-career-websites-forbes/.
“For some unknown crazy reason, Career Confidential didn’t make the Forbes list of top career websites,” said Peggy McKee, Career Confidential CEO, acknowledging that this was disappointing. “But our main mission is to help the job seeker be stronger, better and more successful in their job search.”
Armed with years of inside knowledge of the hiring process, McKee went over the Forbes list with a professional eye and created an analysis where she reviewed each site listed in the magazine article. She then compiled the list into an easy-to-use PDF summary that evaluates the value of each site.
“Our goal at Career Confidential is to be the best job search site possible,” said McKee. “We’re looking to support the candidate in all areas of the job search process. So I went to each listed site to evaluate it so the job seeker doesn’t have to.”
McKee discovered that the some of the sites listed in the Forbes article provided very valuable information while others provided none. The Career Confidential analysis of the Forbes best job search site is available at http://careerconfidential.com/top-75-career-websites-forbes/.
Job seekers interested in finding out about the other resources available at Career Confidential can visit http://careerconfidential.com/ where they can get a free job interview prep kit to help make them stand apart from the competition and get the job they want.
Also on this page are other resources categorized in stages based on where a job seeker is in his or her job search. There are resources for those starting their job search, for those getting ready for an interview, a section of tips and techniques for after the interview, and more resources not easily categorized.
For a complete photo list of Career Confidential job search tools, visit http://careerconfidential.com/job-search-tools/.
“Whether it be creating marketing documents to sell themselves, writing a powerful resume or brag book, or learning how to get their reference queue up, Career Confidential is there to help a job seeker get that first interview and ultimately a job offer,” said McKee.
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If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Peggy McKee toll-free at 1-800-691-2562 or e-mail Peggy at Peggy(at)CareerConfidential(dot)com