These are great sites where you can get information that
might be helpful to you. Suggestions for other links are always welcome... drop us a note. We'll check them out to see if they're
headhunterish enough to satisfy The Headhunter's criteria.
The Motley Fool
There's no better place to start researching the companies you think you want to work for.
And if you're trying to organize your finances to get you through a period of change
(that's what job search is all about), this is where to start.
This is where you can
get online help and advice from legal eagles about issues you might be facing in your work
or in your job search.
Peter Drucker's Leader to Leader
If your interests lie in the non-profit world, this site is the
profit-oriented approach to what Drucker calls "the social sector". Formerly called The Drucker Foundation, the
Institute's web site showcases the eminent managment guru's work to strengthen leadership in voluntary organizations.
Thomas Edison State
Is continuing education on your mind? If you're in the middle of your career and don't
have a college degree, or if you just want to expand your mind but don't want to spend
time on a college campus, look into TESC, a premier "distance learning" school
that I frequently refer ATH readers to. Fully accredited and funded by the State of NJ,
Thomas Edison delivers coursework electronically. Have experience that you know is worth
college credits? Take the right Thomas Edison tests and earn those credits -- and the
credits are transferrable. Or, earn your degree right at TE.
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