The Wall street Journal’s career website page. Interesting articles as well as job listings.
Denver Business Journal job listings.
The Bureau of Labor and Statistics website. Look for the Occupational Outlook Handbook, a reference about occupations from A-Z. Plus wage data by area and occupation.
A job site for techies.
This is a site with information about salaries as well as a job site.
Entrepreneurs’ Organization, an invitation only membership organization to help first-stage entrepreneurs advance their businesses to $1 million in annual sales.
A website for the Colorado CleanTech Industry Association, including a list of members and job postings.
Career job site for those making $100,000 or more. Includes informative career articles.
Career listing for Rocky Mountain Region.
Listings for the IT industry.
This site is well organized and has links to lots of other career resource sites and assessments.
Then there are the larger more well known job sites:
If you are thinking about being a writer check out www.lighthousewriters.org. They offer writing classes and have a writer’s community for inspiration and support.
If you think you would like to try public speaking, or if you just want to get comfortable talking in front of a group or in a meeting try www.toastmasters.org and find a group meeting in your area. There is nothing more inspiring than spending a couple of hours a week with people bold enough to move through their fear and get up to speak!
If you need help with your website or generating sales from online marketing, visit www.clixosearch.com. Great guidance, grounding, and knowledge as you work through the process.