Posted by Jonathan Crossfield on 03 October 2013
All of us need some career guidance at some time in our lives. Follow these career advisors and thinkers on Twitter for regular, bite-sized nuggets of job-search wisdom.
Some people are legends even among other career advisors.
Dick Bolles @ParachuteGuy
The best-selling What Colour is Your Parachute? should be on any jobseeker’s bookshelf and is the industry benchmark on career planning. With 10 million copies sold, Dick Bolles can genuinely be described as the career guru’s guru.
Miriam Salpeter @Keppie_Careers
One of CNN’s Top Ten Job Tweeters, Miriam mentors small business owners and jobseekers to take advantage of social media for shortcuts to their career goals.
Lindsey Pollak @lindseypollak
A global spokesperson for LinkedIn and a best-selling author, Lindsey has plenty of advice for young jobseekers and university graduates trying to launch a career with little or no experience.
Eve Tahmincioglu @careerdiva
A columnist on careers for NBCNews.com, Eve comments and shares links on job search news, employment advice and current trends from around the web in one handy place.
Best of the bloggers
Follow these for some of the best job-search blog content on the web.
Undercover Recruiter @UndercoverRec
This is the Twitter account of The Undercover Recruiter, the most popular recruitment blog in the UK. Highly informative and always entertaining, expect regular links to articles such as the Top 5 Interview Howlers of All Time and Why Fast Food Recruitment Sucks!
Tony V. runs The Work Buzz blog, dedicated to fresh job-search advice, current employment trends and various tips calculated to give your career a kick in the CVs.
Aussie, Aussie, Aussie
These Aussie tweeps offer a local perspective with tips for the Australian job seeker market.
Karen Adamedes @KarenAdamedes
Author of Hot Tips for Career Chicks, Karen delivers advice for women seeking to break through the glass ceiling, supported by regular posts from her blog Career Chick Chat.
Robert Half Australia & New Zealand @RobertHalf_anz
And finally we couldn’t go without mentioning the Twitter feed behind the Robert Half recruitment agency. Every day, the Robert Half twitter feed shares tips and advice while also curating some of the best recruitment articles and tweets from around the web.