YouTern’s Top 50 Blogs for Young Careerists: 2013

YouTern recently came out with its most recent list of the Top 50 Blogs for Young Careerists to help students and recent grads thrive in their careers in this complicated job market. And we’re thrilled and honored to announce that Doostang has made the list! (Thanks YouTern!)

We love supplying our audience with up-to-date career advice and enjoy all the feedback we get in the comments section and through our Facebook and Twitter accounts. Our audience means a lot to us and we hope we’re answering all your career questions. (If not, tell us what you’d like to read about in the comments.)

According to YouTern, each blog on this list was narrowed down and eventually chosen using these three parameters:

  1. First and foremost: the quality of the content; nothing is more important
  2. Second, we value consistency: frequency of blogging, a constant voice, etc. (alas, some of our previous favorite bloggers… well, stopped blogging consistently)
  3. Third, we chose to eliminate those in the deep end of the self-promotion pool. Lastly, we selected those bloggers, regardless of their years of experience (yes, that means there are some old-school types in here!) whose advice is wholly applicable to young careerists

Thanks to YouTern for providing this list of incredible career resources and for including us among other talented blogs and thinkers. Below is just a sample of a few career blogs that made the cut. You can check out all 50 who made the list, here.

Brazen Life by @BrazenCareerist | There’s still no better online community for young careerists – and the stable of writers here is second-to-none. by Emily Bennington (@emilybennington) | One of the best career bloggers out there – on her site and for Forbes, Monster, Huffington Post and more.

Keppie Careers by Miriam Salpeter (@Keppie_Careers) | A contributor to CNN and the Wall Street Journal, Miriam’s advice is second-to-none.

Loosen Your White Collar by Melanie Axman (@mellymelanz) | This Gen Y blogger and entrepreneur, and former HR professional, gives it to us straight and fast. (@Under30Careers) | Brought to us by @JaredOToole and the team at Under30CEO, this new entry is already a terrific resource for the young careerist.

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