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THE FAMILY CORNER

CAREER DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCE CENTER

FOR FAMILIES

(PLUS OTHER RESOURCES)

 
SPONSORED BY

THE CORNER STORE

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HOME PAGE

BE YOUR TEENS CAREER COACH

COPING WITH JOB LOSS

BOOKS FOR KIDS AND TEENS 

HELPS & HINTS

THE FAMILY FORUM

FOR HOME SCHOOL PARENTS

E-MAIL QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

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SELF-ASSESSMENT LINKS

JOB LOSS SURVIVAL GUIDE
Have you, a member of your family, or a friend been laid off? This can help you cope.
_______Find out more

(Also view it using MSWord and save or print if you like)

JOB SEARCH TOOLS
A collection of links to help you in your job search.
_______See more

It's Always Too Soon to Quit
by Lewis Timberlake

A great companion to the newest version of the old standby: What Color Is Your Parachute? 2001

For more, see the BOOKSHELF

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FAMILY RESOURCE LINKS

FRANKLIN-COVEY FAMILY ARTICLES

JON'S HOMESCHOOL RESOURCE PAGE

THE FAMILY CORNER'S "HELPS & HINTS"

  • Working with Kids
  • First Aid
  • Cooking
  • Home Repairs
  • Household Hints

Get More Helpful Information From:

BOTTOM LINE WEB SITE
(I subscribe to both the Bottom Line Personal and Bottom Line Tomorrow magazines. I think they're great! No ads, just great information of all kinds -- self-improvement, investments, family, travel, and more. You can even get 6 free issues to find out for yourself.
_________________Jim Davis)

Also, take a look at

BOTTOM LINE SECRETS WEB SITE
and
BOTTOM LINE'S MOST USEFUL WEB SITES

INSPIRATION & MOTIVATION


"HOW-TO" LINKS

Job Search Tools

Online Links

Searching for a new job can be a frustrating experience, especially if you are unemployed due to circumstances beyond your control, such as a job loss due to "downsizing."

This page lists online links to other websites that may be helpful in your job search. More may be added in the future. If you find a site that you think should be added, please let me know by e-mail.

City maps with addresses.

Enter the address you are looking for. Zoom out for area map. Zoom in for details. Print maps and use them to get to your interview.

Dept. of Labor's Employment & Training Administration Web Site -- Home Page

This site addresses all sorts of employment related issues. Take a look.

Dept. of Labor's Employment & Training Administration Web Site -- Starting a New Career

Lots of good information related to making a career change. It was apparently set up for federal employees, but this info is helpful for anyone.

College Grad Job Hunter Web Site

This information is good regardless of whether you are a college graduate, or not.

Mindspring's Career Development links

This one is mainly a list of links to job search sites.

CareerBuilder's "How to" Guide:

Negotiating Job Offers (also lots of other info - resumes, interview, etc.)

AJR News Link

Online access to hundreds of newspapers, indexed by state, then by city. Check out job listings, as well as finding out more about an area you may be considering relocating to.


Major Online Job Search Sites

Careerpath.com

Monster.com

Coolworks.com

http://www.net-temps.com
"Net-Temps, A world of Jobs neatly Packaged"

(More sites to be added)

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