The job search as a college senior is anything but easy. Let’s be real, any job search is difficult. So, tips and suggestions from people who have been there aren’t only helpful, but they’re also uplifting when young professionals are questioning all of the hard work they spent doing for the past four years (Am I right or am I right?). Below are a few sites that I use and swear by as I continue to move forward in my professional career:
Levo’s website includes resources that young professionals (specifically, women) can use as they venture into the professional world. The articles on the site range from tips on how to start your job search to suggestions on how to become adjusted to a new workplace. The resources on this site are abundant and useful!
Your Coffee Break (YCB)
When I was starting to prepare for job interviews after graduation, a few articles on Your Coffee Break’s website definitely came in handy. The site serves as a resource for professional women in search of style, lifestyle, career and other tips. Levo also features some of YCB’s articles on its site.
Corals + Cognacs (via Hallie Wilson)
Tips on how to prepare for job interviews and working in a corporate setting are useful, but sometimes a woman just needs to hear from another young woman about style and city living. I’m a frequent reader of Corals + Cognacs, and some of the articles in the “Life” category on the site have been inspirational. Hallie knows just what it feels like to transition from college, to a first job then to the point where you just have to ask yourself: What’s best for me? Don’t just take my word for it; read all about it for yourself here.
Of course, there are tons of other sites that are just as helpful for young professionals as those that I’ve listed above. What are your favorites?