Just for You: Online Career Resources for Job Seekers
If you are looking to change industries because the industry you are in is over supplied with candidates causing greedy business practices to hinder your ability to get a fair compensation representation for the skills, you have mastered or re-enter the workforce after a sabbatical you deemed necessary or transition into a new career path after going back to college. CLICK on the Confidential Jobs Only Tab and set up an appointment with a career consultant and discuss your options.
Most of these resources are free, but some of them have fees associated with advanced featured offered by the platform. Our hope is that you will leverage these resources as you explore career opportunities with certified career consults so you too can obtain your dream job.
Big Interview offers online interview tutorials where users can pay for three installments of industry-specific content (a FREE trial is also available). An on-screen interviewer asks the questions and the user records answers to be reviewed at their leisure. In addition to their interview preparation online tool, the site features a blog full of useful tips to cater for all different interview types.
Big data can now be leveraged by job seekers to help them find the ideal job. Payscale utilizes modern technologies so that candidates can discover what equivalent professionals are being paid for the job that they seek to apply. This provides candidates the ability to request and/or negotiate a fair salary based on informed information. Payscale uses its database of 40 million salary profiles to determine the correct salary based on those with the same job in the same city.
With Glassdoor, you can search employers for company reviews by employees, interview reviews by applicants and employees, and salary and benefits information. An account is required to view most of this information. It is a great way to read true stories about people who have gone through the interview process before you and learn about the company you are applying to.
This site offers users free access to more than just salary data. Salary.com gives users information on total compensation, not only what is in the paycheck but also the possible benefits and perks received on the job. It allows users to search for base, median, and top-level earnings in hundreds of jobs in many occupational areas; many of these projections are local as well as national.