Jobs for Designers and Developers
Therefore, I have compiled a list of 55 job sites and hope you may find them useful. These links include job boards, job searches, project bidding sites, and job feed aggregators. This post is totally worth to bookmark, whether you are a designer, developer, Flash programmer,or a freelance writer. Of course, don’t forget to check our job board first — Design Jobs on the Wall.
tutti i siti in cui trovare lavoro come web designer10 Companies Hiring for Work from Home
Work from homeHow To: Jump to a New Career with a Killer Resume and Plan
A bad reason to switch careers: You want to meet new people. (Try going to a bar, or Club Med. What you really want is to get a life. Pick up a hobby.) Lol ^^Career Couch - Don’t Neglect to Send a Cover Letter When Applying for a Job - Interview - NYTimes.com
Good advice on applying for jobs electronically.
Great Study in Style, Tone, Content and Energy of a Cover Letter
Cover letters are still necessary, and in a competitive market they can give you a serious edge.How to Change the World: Guest Post: Memo from Kafka's Castle and What Employers Want to See on Your Resume
Unemployment numbers are sky high, but there is a silver lining: there are lots of great online resources to help job seekers find work.Unemployed (or Preparing to Be)? These Sites Could Be Your Best Friends - PC World
Unemployed (or Preparing to Be)? These Sites Could Be Your Best Friends
We found a battery of new sites and services--such as LinkedIn JobsInsider, Recessionwire, and Uberi.com--dedicated to providing the kind of cost-cutting, job-search, and moral-support tools that can be invaluable during lean times.TwitterJobSearch.com - Twitter Job Search Engine.
TwitterJobSearch.com - the world's first job search engine to harness the power of Twitter. Search the hottest, most recent best paid jobs in the entire Twitterverse.Twitter gets you fired in 140 characters or less - Technotica- msnbc.com
a load of articles to help with the current climate - whatever that isAn interactive map of vanishing employment across the country. - By Chris Wilson - Slate Magazine
Clickable interactive map of Job gain and job loss across US across time.
By Chris Wilson (Slate Magazine): if you're morbidly interested, click-through; if you're the kind of person that cringes when you watch eye-ball surgery on the Health Channel... Well, maybe I can find a link to icanhazcheezburger around here somewhere...Why I Never Let Employees Negotiate a Raise, Corporate Culture Article - Inc. Article
送信無料。テキストボックス内の日本語は文字化けしたりするらしい。FAX受信は月額10$から。高い。受信はhttp://www.d-fax.ne.jp/にすればどっちも無料で出来るかな。The Geography of Jobs - TIP Strategies
Animated map: net change in job numbers of the 100 largest metro areas from Jan 2004-Mar 2009. Data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
RT @ritubpant: The Geography of Jobs (Interactive Map) http://tr.im/jZRA Pls RT (via @zaibatsu) [from http://twitter.com/peterto/statuses/1647222071]10 Answers You Should Know Before Your Job Interview - Dumb Little Man
I like these sites. It's important to stay current on latest job seeking and resume writing sites.Forget the resume, kill on the cover letter - (37signals)
esse barra servirá para salvamos sites de nosso interrese. está lá em cimaInterview Questions & Answers | Glassdoor.com
Interview QuestionsProgrammers: Before you turn 40, get a plan B « Software++
Questions to ASK for your interview
Including: What are the criteria that you are looking for in the successful candidate for this position?Welcome To ALA’s Getting a Job in a Tough Economy toolkit - ALA | Get A Job!
resume guidelinesLand-a-Government-Job-Now: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance
Personal Finance, career-workWhat Not to Do When Applying for Library Jobs | In the Library with the Lead Pipe
What not to do when applying for library jobs.How to Perfect an Elevator Pitch About Yourself - Daisy Wademan Dowling - HarvardBusiness.org
You're in the elevator with the hiring manager of Dream-Job Corporation. As the door slides shut, you feel a combination of adrenaline and slight nausea: you've got 15 seconds, if that, to communicate your value as a potential employee in a compelling way — just 15 seconds to cram in a whole resume's worth of work and accomplishments and late nights and successes. There's so much you want to say, but your message has got to be crisp, tailored, to-the-point. Handle this one right, and you'll be the newest member of the Dream-Job team. Flub it up, and you're back to scanning listings on Monster.com. What are you supposed to say?“Why Should We Hire You” Interview Question and Answers
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JobSpice is an easy, yet powerful online resume builder.
Resume builder45% of Employers Now Screen Social Media Profiles
This article shines light on the possible downside of user generated content. The author of the article outlines how more and more employers are turning to the net in order to see how prospective employees represent themselves to the world. Many could argue that this indeed is an invasion of privacy but this seems to be the avenue that is readily available for use. This article links with history2.0 as it exposes how our media consumption habits are continually changing with certain forms of media now being phased out to make way for new advanced media with multiplatform databases. The website that the article is found in is a multi platform for user generated content and provides the links to further spread information to other users. This gives legitimacy to the facts brought forward in the article as the information would have come from within the website.
We all know that employers are getting savvy to social networking sites and the information we share online. But what you may not know is that a recently conducted survey shows that nearly 1 in 2 companies are doing their online due diligence for prospective job candidates. This according to research firm Harris Interactive, who was commissioned by CareerBuilder.com and surveyed 2,667 HR professionals, finding that 45% of them use social networking sites to research job candidates, with an additional 11% planning to implement social media screening in the very near future.
This according to research firm Harris Interactive, who was commissioned by CareerBuilder.com and surveyed 2,667 HR professionals, finding that 45% of them use social networking sites to research job candidates, with an additional 11% planning to implement social media screening in the very near future.Five Signs Your Resume Is Passe - DivineCaroline
The workplace is not what it was five years ago. Neither is the job hunt. The most successful candidates are those who are ready and...
Up to the minute resume suggestions.Top 60 Jobs That Will Rock the Future
Via <a href="http://www.crossmediaspecialist.nl/2009/09/07/de-60-banen-van-de-toekomst/"> Peter van Teeseling</a> kwam ik uit bij een glimp in de toekomst wat banen betreft. Netjes gerangschikt op categorie volgt een overzicht van 60 <em>job titles</em> die de wereld in de toekomst zullen veroveren. Volgens de auteur dan, maar het is zeker de moeite waard even doorheen te lopen
We know where the jobs are now… but where will they be ten years from now? Twenty? Some job descriptions will always be in need, but many others are evolving to fit the ever-changing course of technology and science. When the future of employment comes, will you be ready? Read on for some ideas of what to expect:
Content Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8Master the "Why Hire Me" Story to Land a Job - Job search - Lifehacker
From LifeHacker dated 22 Sep 2009
So you've finally landed that job interview. Now it's time to seal the deal with a killer interview. How? For one, try mastering your "Why hire me" story.The Jobless Rate for People Like You - Interactive Graphic - NYTimes.com
really interesting interactive visualization of unemployment by race, gender, age, and education
Impresionante gráfica del NYTimes sobre el desempleo por grupos de población. Vía http://twitter.com/kikollan
Great infographic, great data
Unemployment rate data visualisation from NYTimes
"Not all groups have felt the recession equally."100 Incredibly Helpful Lifehacks for the Unemployed
Whether you’re fresh out of college and looking for work or trying to get back in the workforce, unemployment can be quite a predicament. Chances are, you’ll need all the help you can get. Make use of these lifehacks to make your unemployed life just a bit easier.Twitter Yourself a Job - WSJ.com
WSJ article: Twitter yourself a job http://tinyurl.com/a7mtft [from http://twitter.com/pabaker55/statuses/1097446686]
artículo al que se refiere @angelmendez5 Things You MUST Do Before a Job Interview
So you just found out that you have a job interview tomorrow and unfortunately procrastination is a weaknesses you haven’t yet conquered. Here are the down and dirty tips to pull it together at the last minute.Interview Myths That Keep You From Landing the Job
Job interview tipsWelcome to Jobaphiles.com
incubated by dreamIt ventures somewhat similar to my internboard ideahttp://finance.yahoo.com/career-work/article/106829/How-to-Get-a-Job-When-No-One%27s-Hiring
Tips from a headhunter50 Terrific Twitter Tips for Job Seekers | MBA Jobs
Y algunos otros consejos para el diseño de página personal de Twitter
use ful data for new user in twitter
Great tips for being professional on Twitter and also some good tweet tools for jobseekers
SHARED USING: http://www.tagle.itThe Savvy Networker
h the state of ease that lets an "f-bomb" escape your lips, you've gone too far.
It's a rather sad state of affairs that a list like this has to even exist.
Some of these really left me speechless - I cannot believe that people actually do them in an interview situation. Worth a read, though - especially if you're having a tough time job hunting.50 Worst of the Worst (and Most Common) Job Interview Mistakes - Yahoo! Finance
Bad habits in interviewing
50 Worst of the Worst (and Most Common) Job Interview Mistakes
Simple list of 50 things you shouldn't do on your job interview- such as : Don't badmouth your old boss, and don't smell like smoke.
A bit Americanised but some good (and funny) tips for interviews.11-Ways-to-Get-Extra-Cash: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance
from "Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance"
Good to know. Everybody's Broke! lololLitmanLive.co.uk » Blog Archive » How to use Twitter to find your next job.
FYI - retweeting is the art of broadcasting a message on Twitter that has been written by someone else but you feel will be of interest and value to your followers.. think of it as a kind of mini chain mail but one that has a use and purpose and doesn’t tell you that you’re going to die if you don’t send this email to 20,000 people in the next 12 seconds.
Blog post on networking to find a job using TwitterDepartment of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
10 phrases that kill a resume7-things-you-should-say-in-an-interview: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance
In the current economy there are a lot of designers and developers looking for work, whether it is full-time employment, contract work, or freelance opportunities. Fortunately, there are a number of great places to find these types of positions. In this post we'll look at 40 sites that include specialized job boards that include web/graphic design and web development opportunities. Best Places to Find Web/Graphic Design Jobs: Authentic Jobs A very active job board used by a lot of recognized and respected agencies. Includes freelance and full-time opportunities.21-things-hiring-managers-wish-you-knew: Personal Finance News from Yahoo! Finance
Great job advice article!Never Read Another Resume
BEFORE HIRING: 1. Hire late -- alleviate pain 2. Skip over the perfect catch if we don't have any open positions 3. Operate at the limits of your organization -- get more done with fewer resources 4. Smaller team keeps you focused -- focus on things you have to do 5. Need someone? Have you already tried to do the job yourself? HIRING: 1. Ignore resumes 2. Cover letters say it all (this job or any job? who can write?) 3. Always hire the better writer 4. We look for effort (custom website) 5. Ask questions. Ask why questions. Avoid How questions. 6. Test-drive people for a week, $1,500. 7. Never let geography get in the way.
I'd like to share a bit about how we go about hiring at 37signals. Hiring is something we rarely do -- we're intentionally small at 20 people -- but we've developed a method that has worked very well for us. It allows us to find the right people and keep them happy. In 11 years, only two people have left the company -- and one recently returned after working elsewhere for seven years. (Welcome back, Scott!)
"First, we hire late. We hire after it hurts. We hire to alleviate pain, not for pleasure. Who hires for pleasure? Any company that hires people before it needs them is hiring for pleasure. I've run into a lot of companies that invent positions for great people just so they don't get away. But hiring people when you don't have real work for them is insulting to them and hurtful to you. Great people want to work on things that matter. How do you know if you really need someone? A good rule of thumb is this: Have you already tried to do the job yourself? If you haven't done the job, you don't really understand the job. Without that fundamental understanding, it's hard to judge what constitutes a job well done. What we do look at are cover letters. Cover letters say it all. They immediately tell you if someone wants this job or just any job. And cover letters make something else very clear: They tell you who can and who can't write."10 phrases you should ban from your resume - Yahoo! Finance