Weekly Roundup

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Dick Bolles, the author of the job hunter guide What Color Is Your Parachute runs Job Hunters Bible as a supplement to his book. If you are in the job market both the site and the book are must reads.

Consumer World, founded by consumer advocate, educator and lawyer Edgar Dworsky in 1995, is truly a gem of a site. Rather than trying to describe all of the features and information on this site, I have to just say go dig in. And don’t forget to visit the Bargains section.

Missy Chase Lapine, is an author, former publisher, entrepreneur, and a member of Parenting Magazine’s “Mom Squad.” She has been a cooking instructor and is a speaker on the topics of food, health, and family. Oh, and she also runs
The Sneaky Chef where she offers tips, recipes and answers all reader inquiries.

A reader recommended this article on 100 Personal Finance Tools for Your Post-College Life. Thanks for the heads up, Amber!

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
Here is a timely little article I wrote on finding seasonal work.

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