Most of the content of Adventures in Career Development is designed to be completely useless to everyone. I certainly don't pretend to give careers advice. However, there are plenty of other sites out there that are much more useful. I'm listing some of them here.
Personal career blogs
JMCfreelance's blog - Gen Y blog about life and career
Career support blogs
Careercake.tv - Recruitment advice from Aimee Bateman
CareerRealism - US careers blog/advice site - "because every job is temporary"
Career Geek - US based graduate career support blog
Careers Ireland - Irish blog - focused on young people
Careers Lucy - "off duty careers adviser stuff"
Career Wellness - Blog and career coach site based on the idea of career wellness.
Future Spark - Newish youth orientated careers blog
Monster Careers Advice - advice site/blog from the leading recruitment website
Ms Career Girl - sassy US careers blog for twenties-something women
Penelope Trunk - US careers advice blog
Position Ignition - UK careers advice and guidance blog.
Professional journey - Careers advice blog for professionals
Careers work blogs
Adventures in College and Career Readiness - American blog with both titular and content interest for me
Gillian’s Learning and Qualifications Blog - blog about learning and qualifications
Career Coach Site - seems to be mainly book listings of interest to careers coaches
Careers In Theory - blog synthesising careers theory and new careers related ideas
Careers Service 2.0 - blog talking about how careers services can use new technologies
CEIAG RIP - campaigning blog dealing with the careers service in England
Coaching in careers - looking at the evidence underpinning career coaching.
The Factory - career development and career theory blog and podcasts from Jim Bright.
Supporting Economics Students - a blog about guess what...?
UoL Leicester Award for Employability Skills - thinking about how to encourage employability from my little sister
Institute of Careers Guidance - largest UK professional body for careers workers
Vitae - careers and skills for UK researchers
Postgrad toolbox - resources to get you through a postgraduate degree
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