CNBC: How to leverage the Great Resignation if you actually like your job and want to stay

CNBC: How to leverage the Great Resignation if you actually like your job and want to stay. “The job market is abuzz with record numbers of Americans quitting their jobs this year to secure higher pay and better work from employers desperate to hire. But if you actually like your job and want to stay with your company, you might feel like you’re missing out on the hot job market. That doesn’t mean you can’t benefit from the moment.”

CNET: Best resume builder of 2020

CNET: Best resume builder of 2020. “This list of the best resume building services includes websites and apps that offer templates, suggestions, and sometimes even on-hand professionals to help you build a resume that will put your best foot forward to potential employers. Some of our picks for best resume builder are free, some operate on an honor system, and some require a one-time payment or a subscription.”

MakeUseOf: The 10 Best Job Search Websites

MakeUseOf: The 10 Best Job Search Websites. “There’s one thing every job seeker can do to improve their chances of landing a job—use multiple resources in their job hunting efforts. This means posting your resume online and using social networks. However, the core of your efforts should be focused on job search websites that bring all of the world’s jobs to your desktop. To help you begin or continue your hunt for a new position or career, these are the best job search websites.”

Google Blog: A new way to find work-from-home (or wherever) opportunities

Google Blog: A new way to find work-from-home (or wherever) opportunities. “Whether you’re a parent needing more flexibility or someone looking for the freedom to work wherever you’d like, a work from home job might meet your lifestyle needs. Many people already use Search to find work-from-home roles, and today we’re announcing an improved experience within job search in the U.S. to connect people with quality remote jobs.”

Route Fifty: Artificial Intelligence Now Helps People Find Jobs

Route Fifty: Artificial Intelligence Now Helps People Find Jobs. “When people talk about artificial intelligence and the future of work, the central discussion is often how many jobs intelligent machines will eliminate. That was, in fact, the main thrust of conversation at the World Economic Forum in Davos this year. The young founders of the startup BLOC—all of whom are in college or recently entered this brave new workforce—are flipping that narrative to harness AI to help people secure jobs and tackle unemployment.”

KTVN: New Nevada Job Website Goes Online

KTVN: New Nevada Job Website Goes Online . “For workers, it’s a job resource like no other. Set your preferences and it drills down to the jobs you want, and it’s free to use. 1-stop shopping for finding and researching a new local position, and there are plenty of those. [Scott] Morrison says, ‘What struck me is, I explored the website. Right at the very front, 52,000-plus fast-growing jobs in a wide range of different areas.’”

DoL: U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Apprenticeship.Gov

US Department of Labor: U.S. Department Of Labor Announces Apprenticeship.Gov. “The U.S. Department of Labor today announced the launch of a new digital platform, Apprenticeship.gov. This innovative web portal features an Apprenticeship Finder tool that offers career seekers a platform to search for apprenticeships by city, state and occupation, as well as connects job seekers to high-skilled, high-paying careers.”

Google Blog: Helping veterans make their next move in civilian life

Google Blog: Helping veterans make their next move in civilian life. “Starting today, service members can search ‘jobs for veterans’ on Google and then enter their specific military job codes (MOS, AFSC, NEC, etc.) to see relevant civilian jobs that require similar skills to those used in their military roles. We’re also making this capability available to any employer or job board to use on their own property through our Cloud Talent Solution.”

TechCrunch: Udacity and Google launch free career courses for interview prep, resume writing and more

TechCrunch: Udacity and Google launch free career courses for interview prep, resume writing and more. “Udacity today announced a new partnership with Google that will make a number of career courses freely available to recent graduates and mid-career professionals. The free career courses, which mark a first for Udacity, will focus on helping employees improve their chances of getting a job, no matter whether that’s a first job or we are talking about a mid-career course change.”