20 Places to Find a GOOD Job

Where should you look for jobs? Don’t know. Well, take a look and see at least 20 or more places to look…..

No matter if you will wear a suit or a hard hat to work, look for the job that appeals to you. Focus on finding jobs where you can use your skills, talents, and competencies to help companies meet their goals.
  1. CareerBuilder.com
  2. Dice
  3. Diversity Working
  4. Geebo
  5. GoJobs
  6. iHispano.com
  7. Job.com
  8. JobTarget
  9. Local Careers
  10. Nexxt
  11. Resumes2Work
  12. Snag a Job.com
  13. ZipRecruiter
  14. AbsolutelyHealthCare
  15. ComputerJobs
  16. Diversity Jobs
  17. Glassdoor Jobs
  18. HealthcareSource.com
  19. Hospital Jobs Online
  20. Indeed
  21. Jobvertise
  22. Jobs2Careers
  23. LinkedIn Jobs
  24. Monster
  25. RegionalHelpWanted
  26. Salesjobs

Need to learn something new today? Well, take a look and see a few places to learn something ……

1. Alison.com

2. Coursera

3. Khan Academy 

4. OpenCourseWare Consortium

5. MIT Open Courseware 

6. Academic Earth 

7. Open Learning Institute 

8. Open Culture 

9. Open Education Database 

10. TED talks 

Learning is a life-long venture. Enjoy the process. Focus on finding jobs that appeal to you. Structure a plan of attack to enter or re-enter the marketplace, helping companies in exciting ways and supporting the industry. Don’t focus on just taking any ole job.

Let Me Offers consulting, research, writing, and coaching services to help you with either of your pursuits. Let me know what jobs appeal to you? Did you learn something new this week? Share that with me too!

About the author

Let Me Write It For You offers coaching and writing services to motivated career changers and small businesses. Debra Ann Matthews, a Forbes Coaches Council, Career Thought Leaders, and National Resume Writers Association (Past Board) member, loves to cheer on and champion women, girls, teens, and youth to put their best talents forward in writing. She has trained, taught, and presented to various audiences nationwide, facilitating enthusiastically that YES, we can help you to achieve that goal—be it land an interview, a job, join a membership, or solicit services or fundraising. She is delighted to have written over 100 articles on resumes, job search, career communications, professional development, English/Grammar/Technical Writing, and Public Speaking. Her feature articles include MODERNIZE YOUR JOB SEARCH LETTERS: Get Noticed … Get Hired, Nashville/Clarksville Career Examiner, Local Job Network, Ezine Articles, Black Career Women’s Network, Career Builder, Canada’s Calgary Sun, Channel 5 NBC Chicago, Jennings Wire: The World of Success, 3 Ladies on the Radio, Monster Working, Money Mix, Liberty Voice, Online College.org, and Monster dot com Latina.

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Let’s Go, Let’s Support, Let’s Help Others Win!

They say that if you want to be successful, help someone else to reach their goals. Well, here are 2 ways to do just that!

#1- Semi-Professional Ladies Basketball Team arrives in Nashville, TN http://www.musiccityicons.com

#2 – Youth Organization Supports Healthy Lifestyle and Development in Clarksville, TN http://www.leaporg.net

Renee Bobb is taking on a new venture as owner of the Music City Icons Women’s Basketball Team. Can you imagine the strength and power of supporting 14 dynamic women who are skills as athletics, bright, and passionate about entering this new venture in professional athletics. Starting today, let’s support the Music City Icons Women’s Basketball Team… # iFundWomen Crowdfunding Campaign. …

Thank you for your support !

LEAP stands to help youth from ages 11 to 18 balance their lives in a productive, helpful, hopeful manner. They work to build good, healthy character, motivating associations and share career and skills with young people with work place tours, travels around the United States and encouragement to seek training beyond high school.

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LEAP seeks benefactors to invest in our future and to help make LEAP Plaza a permanent home and sustainable source of revenue for our youth development programs. Our goal is to raise $2,000,000 over the next five years to retire two mortgages and to stabilize our operations through 2021. LEAP has a business plan to operate primarily through earned revenue from rent and service fees yielded through business incubation partnerships. The direct impact of these investments is greater/increased service to youth who are at-risk in our communities. The implementation of this plan is already underway and will be fully operational by the end of this campaign. Earned income from the business incubator will sustain LEAP’s youth development programs. We currently serve 200 youth per year. By 2021, we project serving 425.

  • Let’s help LEAP with donations in any amount to secure a permanent place for youth and young adults to thrive!!
  • The Success Rate includes helping over 1,000 students since it’s inception in 2007. Of 532 tested for controlled substances 433 (81%) have ben discontinued using. Of 290 students with criminal/delinquent backgrounds, 204 (70%) refrained from committing additional offences.
  • I’m inviting you to support my fundraising for the LEAP Organization. Please find out more and donate here: http://igfn.us/vf/360/DebraAnnMatthews.

We hope that you enjoy supporting great ventures in the community. Know that we contribute  monthly and we continue to offer support to all good things to help youth and to encourage business dynamics. You are invited to tour LEAP Plaza, attend our 1st season Music City  basketball.

Let me know if you need more information about either organization.

Danke, Merci Beaucoup, Gracias.

Debra Ann Matthews

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Top 4 things young job seekers can do to get their first job

Top 4 things young job seekers can do to get their first job

Whether you are a college student seeking your first part-time job or a high school graduate who feels that you are ready to enter the workforce head on by landing your first full-time job, here are a few tips to help you as you maneuver through the process. First of all, know that it may take a long time to obtain a job. And even after landing your first job, you may only work part-time. Companies stagger their total labor hours based on busy times, high revenue hours and budget.  The key to this job is to get hired, prove that you can work well with others and also serve the needs of the company. And these company goals are one reason why it takes a long time to find a job. It is expensive for a company to hire an entry level worker and offer training. So if you are ready for the challenge, here are four top things young job seekers can do to get their first job: