Your links for the week:
- LearnVest Financial Bootcamps–Job seekers can sign up for a 10-day series of email "bootcamps" that will help them cut costs, get out of debt and connect their career and financial goals. This idea could also be adapted by One Stops–what about a series of bootcamps to refresh your resume or prep for the interview?
- The Robot Revolution: Your Job May be Next–Even so-called middle-level jobs aren't safe from the rise of the robots, which are rapidly moving from being tools to becoming workers. Also check out Could Fast Food Robots Steal McJobs?
- Five Examples of WIFM vs. WIFT–Job search is about moving from "what's in it for me?" to "what's in it for them?"
- Career Development Carnival–Links to a ton of great career and job-search related articles.
- Help for Difficult Financial Times–From USA.gov.
- Guide to State and Local Workforce Data–The U.S. Employment and Training Administration’s Office of Workforce Investment has released the second edition of its popular Guide to State and Local Workforce Data, which incorporates a number of additions and improvements.
- How to Empower Yourself on the New LinkedIn–LinkedIn isn't just an online repository for your resume.
- Update on Health Careers from Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce–detailed analyses and projections of healthcare fields, occupations, and their wages. In addition, the report discusses the important skills and work values associated with healthcare fields and occupations. It also analyzes the implications of these findings for the racial, ethnic, and class diversity of the healthcare workforce in the coming decade.