Thursday, March 6, 2008

Orlando JobSpot Turns 100 - Thank you Orlando

Orlando JobSpot - Orlando Jobs and Job Seeking Information
Not in that way silly. Today marks the 100th post on the Orlando JobSpot in only 8 short months. By combining the strength of the Employment Guide with some of our own techniques and local Orlando knowledge, we have helped job seekers explore new career paths, clean up their resumes and prepare for the holy grail of job searching, the Job Fair.

So in observance of our 100th post, here is a best of the Orlando JobSpot. If you have other favorites please let us know in the comments. As well, if there are any topics that you would like to see covered, please leave them in the comments as well. You do not need to register, just write what you wish and submit!

Thanks again Orlando!

Have You Ever Google's Yourself?

Sprinkles on the Cake - Fine Tuning Your Resume

Myths and Misconceptions About Older Workers

Interview With Hannah Seligson

Interview with Lindsey Pollak

Interview With Jamarr Akins from the Orlando Life Skills Center

10 Ways To Cut Expenses in Orlando

5 Reasons To Blog When Looking for a Job

Teenagers in the Work Force - Good or Bad?

Enjoy folks and don't forget to join the conversation by leaving comments and expressing your opinions. We'd love to hear from you!

Greg Rollett


Susan Keys March 7, 2008 at 8:39 AM  

Congratulations Orlando JobSpot on 100 posts. Thanks for all of the information it has been informative and entertaining. I'm not currently looking, but have still found the articles relevant and I know where to go now when I need to make a career change! Keep up the great work!

Greg March 7, 2008 at 8:47 AM  

Thanks Susan for being a continued reader of the JobSpot. We hope you continue to come by and share with our readers your own experiences and opinions.

Christopher March 7, 2008 at 11:51 AM  

Congratulations on your 100th post, Greg! Keep up the great work.

- Christopher, The Employment Guide Job Spot Blog, Norfolk.

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