• The career development of the 21st century is fast-paced, dynamic and a lot more diversified than in the previous century.

    If you’re looking to get some career inspiration, try working on your reading list to get a grasp of what is on the market today.

    You may stumble onto some big career blogs, but don’t neglect the somewhat lesser-known corners on the internet. Believe us, they warrant your attention, too.

    It’s our job here at Blog Frog to give you a list you can work with (the blogosphere our stage), we’ve sifted the blogging noise to find the real gold for you.

  • Penelope Trunk

    Penelope has started this blog as her fourth venture with the motto: Advice at the intersection of work and life. She has been featured by a long list of media including CNN, ABC News, 20/20, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. She lives in Wisconsin and homeschools her sons.

  • SCOPE Recruiting – Insights and Resources

    SCOPE Recruiting is a boutique Supply Chain, Operations, and Executive recruiting firm. The Insights and Resources blog covers topics ranging from Supply Chain and Manufacturing trends to career advice, leadership trends and hiring resources. On their blog, the SCOPE Team shares their insight knowledge about industry trends, the job market and best practices for job seeker and employers alike.
  • Ethos Consultancy

    We believe that by helping learners and education practitioners keep alive their joy of learning we can contribute to the important cultural work of challenging the current status quo in results-driven education.

  • Corporette

    Corporette is a fashion and lifestyle blog for women lawyers, bankers, MBAs, consultants, and otherwise overachieving chicks who need to look professional but want to look fashionable. The site was started in May 2008 by Kat Griffin, who was then a litigator at a Wall Street law firm. She wrote the site anonymously until April 2010, and now focuses on Corporette full time. We’ve been honored to receive numerous mentions in the press, and are proud of our respectful yet vibrant community of intelligent, professional women.



  • Women On The Fence

    This blog was created for all women who have ever been on the fence in life, in business, in love. Erica, the founder, envisioned a hub where bright, dynamic, modern, women and moms could be inspired, empowered, educated, entertained and learn something new in their life. She started writing, and it took off immediately. Using all her coaching and entrepreneurial talent and passion, women everywhere connected with the concept of being “stuck and on the fence,” unsure of where to go.

  • Prolific Living

    Prolific Living’s mission is to help you to unlock your truth and then have the courage to live it, breathe it, and share it with the world – and to never be afraid or ashamed of it. If you want to break free of the stagnation that has you trapped, then you should visit this place!

  • Hire My Mom

    Lesley Pyle founded in 2007 with a strong desire to help moms find legitimate work from home. Unlike the mega career sites, focuses strictly on home-based jobs and projects that work perfectly for today’s modern mom.


  • Pro Sky


    ProSky gives you the ability to innovatively evaluate candidates and develop employees through succession pathways, so you can recruit, hire, and retain the best diverse talent & culture fit.

  • Careers and Education News

    Careers and Education News is the news channel for everyone involved in Career Guidance and Education. The site carries the latest news items that relate to the area of career selection and an extensive library of material is available for use by Guidance Counsellors or Students.

    The goal of the site is to connect teachers, administrators, students, and just about everyone else with the best technology, educational thinking and industry news available.

    The site features a regular flow of tools, tips, resources, visuals from lots of authors around the world.

  • Job Go Round

    We are here to help with resume writing, job search, interview tips, and starting a new job. Not all of us are lucky enough to work for Google. Most of us dislike our jobs or soon will. In fact, the average worker changes jobs every 2.5 years.

  • The AJO Blog


    A.J. O’Connor (AJO) blogs on a range of topics, including career management, career transition, job search, leadership, teams, and organizations. You can browse by topic category or search by keyword (click the magnifying glass icon at the top of any page). You can also subscribe to the Blog to receive occasional updates on new and popular posts.

  • Leadership Girl


    It is the belief that each business has its own unique fingerprint.  When we recognize and work with each business’s unique strengths and weaknesses, then we see the best results.

    There is no one size fits all for leadership or business modeling.  We are all unique, so playing to our strengths yields the best outcomes.

  • Career Experts

    CareerExperts exists to propel and support professionals on their path to career success. We use our wealth of expertise and experience to help other success-seekers achieve their career goals.

  • Entrepreneurship In a Box

    Entrepreneurship In a Box is a place where you can find a solution for your problems and challenges as an entrepreneur.  If you are interested in starting a new business, increasing performances of the current company, or in improving the business potential energy of your business, become part of the growing family of entrepreneurs ready to change the world.

  • Joyful Source

    Joyful Source initially started as a personal craft blog that combined the love for writing several daily living helpful guides and tips such as saving money and money-making crafts, which also grew quickly that became a lifestyle blog that tackles about life hacks and inspiration with all kinds topic about home, family, health, fitness, beauty, fashion and many more!

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