Louise Fletcher serves as the head of a top-level resume sculpting agency. Her post there has equipped her with some sterling wisdom that she doles out in spades via her vibrant blog. She determines to motivate job seekers to inject new confidence and verve in their mission to win employment. She covers all spheres of the process: networking and harnessing the Internet, interview skills, and naturally, resume perfection.
Blogging 4 Jobshttp://blogging4jobs.com/
Blogger Jessica shelters an intense passion for the art and technique of great recruiting. Her Internet web show, "Job Search Secrets," has resulted in great success for her and translated into a booming community of visitors to her informative page here. She is incredibly cognizant of the reality of the job hunt and how it has evolved into its current state. Thus, readers can anticipate her tips to tailor toward the inclusion of technology and social media in their search for a job.
You will find some humor in this HR blog along with the serious side of human resources. We liked that it was easy to follow and offered great advice. We think you will enjoy the mix of information for both the HR person and those dealing with HR.
George's Employment Blawghttp://www.employmentblawg.com/
Blogger George Lenard is familiar with labor and employment law. He's been in the business for over 20 years and his blog offers information related to workplace trends, the labor market, human resources, careers and the job search, and more.
The Working Girl's Karen Burns offers perspective on office-related news articles and topics in a humorous way, while also offering advice on how to beat the daily grind. There are an endless array of post categories to choose from and plenty of laughs to be had.
Jeff Lipschultz's Bloghttp://jefflipschultz.wordpress.com/
Jeff enjoys blogging about the challenges of the job and candidate search. Articles cover the spectrum from resumes to interviews to overall strategy. His articles are published in blogs like AOL and Job-hunt and magazines like Money.
The 'Internet Electrician' Bloghttp://internetelectrician.blogspot.com/
Scandinavian Terry is an adventurous, travel loving electrician that loves to blog. Be it installing a spa pool light or his recent "messy find" in Calgary Alberta - he talks us through it with true electrician gusto.
Mr. Electric of Tucson Expert Electrical Bloghttp://mrelectrictucson.blog.com/
Rah, rah Arizona and the Mr. Electric of Tucson Expert Electrical Blog. Blogging about obtaining an electrician licensing, troubleshooting troubles and safety at the site does AZ electrician bloggers justice. For us it was the wide-range article with tips on electrical safety in relation to children. It is a should-be-required read.
Sparky...the life and times of a lunatic electricianhttp://johnstoneelctricalservices.blogspot.com/
Ian is the first to admit that the rules of the blogs are that personal life discussions come first with a dabble of electrician talk peppered throughout second. All and all, it’s a delightful blog by a personable electrician imparting a few interesting tidbit.
J.C. Pye Electrical Serviceshttp://jcpyeelectric.blogspot.com/
From recessed lights in the kitchen to great comprehensive tips for “smart wiring” your home Jake Pye the 3rd rolls up his sleeves and eagerly delves right in. And while these informative articles are older they are not to be overlooked.