Are Fee-Based Career Sites Worth It? http://bit.ly/eMuDgd "I can’t think of a single instance — not one " #the5I am glad Matt Youngquist says this. I have had trouble coming up with a justification for paying for a job site. There is so much information freely available, to pay for something is throwing money away. Or do you have a different take on this?
To tell the truth http://bit.ly/fmZLRk “My life began the day you were born” @leanneclc has her 2 cents on this, worthy of #the5What you say, and what you don't say matters. Are you true to the spirit of the words as well as the words?
Encouraging Job Seekers http://bit.ly/em95VS "we all have encouragement to give others" don't be bashful! #the5Encouragement is important. You need it, I need it. Anyone looking for work needs it. Make it positive. Make it worthwhile.
Top 10 Social Media Blogs: The 2011 Winners! http://bit.ly/dUhiDzme: congrats to @mitchjoel for making this list - #the5Mitch Joel's Six Pixels of Separation made this listing. I have referenced and recommended his work before, this gives an other opportunity to do so!
Five tips no one ever teaches job seekers http://bit.ly/enE6Qy "Your job interview begins in the parking lot" #the5One of the reasons you don't need to pay for job search services is TweetMyJobs. This is one of many free resources. Many of them are referenced here as I cruise and find good things to share.
So how do we summarize today's findings? Truth is free and comes at a price if you aren't fully truthful. Encouragement is easily made and should be freely made often and appropriately to those around you. Paying for advice is a waste of money when there are so many free alternatives. Free sounds like it will carry the day.
What have you learned that you can share?