Categories of links on this page
Advice, resources, links, best practices and real-life examples on job hunting in todayâ€™s tough economy.
Opportunities for professional involvement, training and networking.
One of several valuable services and resources available to NMRT members.
Blog, job listings, success stories.
The official site for the books by Dick Bolles: What Color Is Your Parachute? and The Job-Huntersâ€™ Survival Guide: How to Find Hope and Rewarding Work, Even When â€˜There Are No Jobs.
Sources for career information found in your local library.
An excellent resource for every stage of job search, including resume writing, interviewing, etc.
Career strategies for librarians.LibGig
Professional networking website for professionals in the information industry. Maintains a public board with hundreds of job listings.
Career information for librarians and information professionals.The Library Career People
Professional guidance and advice for information professionals; allows users to email the Library Career People or post questions.
Watch a video presentation by Richard Rubin, Ph.D., associate provost at Kent State and former SLIS director, about how to prepare your cover letter and resume. Also download the handout from his presentation and the PowerPoint slides: Cover Letter and Resume.
Over a thousand letters for job seekers, including cover letters, letters of interest, thank-you letters.
An award-winning guide to writing a resume.
Excellent list of interview questions from general to field specific.JobStar Central
A job search guide with tips on writing resumes and cover letters.Monster.com
Tips on writing a resume.ProvenResumes.com
Information on how to write a resume.