Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Job Searching Audio Tutorial

Yesterday I completed an audio tutorial on job-searching resources. It talks about websites, databases, tips, recommendations, and centers that can facilitate a job seeker in their search for a job. The physical centers are specific to Idaho State University, but anyone going to college has access to these kinds of career and advising centers, not to mention reference librarians.

One thing I did not mention in the tutorial is that individuals in specific fields of study might do better finding jobs in the professional associations related to their field. For librarians, the American Library Association has it's own job-search website that includes available library positions throughout the country.

If you take a look at the tutorial, please let me know what you think. Is it too long? Is my voice too annoying? Is it too obvious?

Job Searching: Finding a Job

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