Finding the Career You Were Born to Do A-Z Links Directory

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13 ideas to make boring jobs bearable and a little more interesting

Penelope Trunk’s Brazen CareeristNetworks

Career toolbox: 100+ places to find jobs

Which type of career is right for you, based on your personality type?

15 things you can do right now to help your career

It takes courage to do what you love

Career advice blogs

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Top 7 ways to discover the work you were born to do

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See what employees are saying about 70,000 companies

Entrepreneurs

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The monster list of freelancing job sites

What Charlie Weis can teach us about job failure

Fuel your creativity

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Good info and terrific blogrolls for more links

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Using the John Holland Test to find your career

Holland’s theory of career choice and you

How to tell if your career is right for you

How to know you’re working for the wrong company (if your glass is half full)

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Practical advice for setting up an information interview

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How to find a job you’ll enjoy

Job search engine: find jobs by category

Job search tips

10 job listing sites with unique opportunities

The worst job search advice

Simplify your job search with RSS and Google Reader

Top 10 jobs of 2010 and beyond

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LinkedIn–55,000,000 users

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Managing your career via your iphone

Match yourself with the perfect job

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Putting yourself out there

How personality labels help us

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Resources for careers in government, sales, nonprofit, hospitality, forensic sciences, environmental sciences, design, arts, communications, research and writing, information technology, sports, and families

10 great social sites for resume building

Career research center: job salaries, growth, and education data

10 steps to an insight resume

Resumes–inside scoop on getting (and keeping) a great job

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Simply hired blog–expanded Linkedin integration

The smart way to get hired, a review

Spherion career blog

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30 ways to transform your career

Things I wish I had known when starting my career

Turbo charge your career

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Up to the minute career advice from Alexandra Levit (great blogroll links)

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What can I do with my personality type?

Work from home links

Work as play–the great Alan Watts

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