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Forbes Best Websites For Your Career: We Need Your Help!

Forbes Best Websites For Your Career: We Need Your Help!

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Dear CAREEREALISTS,

A few months ago, we received this message from a reader:

“The hardest part about being unemployed is the look on my child’s face when he asks me to buy something and I have to tell him not right now, maybe in a few months, because I don’t have the funds to get it for him.”

Last month, the unemployment rate was at 7.4%. Unemployment doesn’t just impact finances, it also affects your self-esteem, relationships, and overall health.

Here at CAREEREALISM, we provide FREE career advice, resources, and webinars to help you get back on your feet as soon as possible. Our goal is to help YOU find career happiness – no matter your age or experience.

But we need your help to spread the word to others in need.

Please Nominate Us As One Of The Best Websites For Your Career

As many of you know, each year, Forbes compiles a list of the Best Websites For Your Career.

(You can learn more about it here.)

Last year, we didn’t make the cut. But this year, we’re determined to get CAREEREALISM on the list!

To do that, we need your help.

Instructions:

Step 1: Please include your nominations in the comment section below or send an e-mail to [email protected] by Friday, Aug. 30.

(Tweeters! You can also tweet your nomination to: @JacquelynVSmith.)

Step 2: Please include a brief explanation as to why the site should be included on our 2013 list of The Best Websites For Your Career.

We would REALLY appreciate your nomination. We need as many as we can get to make the list. Please help us get the exposure we need to reach the millions of people in need of our free advice and resources!

Thank you!

– J.T., Ariella, Lindsay, and Sarah

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Ariella Coombs Ariella is the Content Strategist and Career Coach for Work It Daily. She graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a B.A. in journalism. Follow her @AriellaCoombs or find her on Google+.