To save you reading all of them, as most of the 35 mentioned are applicable only to US, these listed had some great transferrable advice via their resources and blog pages.
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CAREEREALISM.com – Site’s motto is that “every job is temporary” and that we all should have access to good career coaching. Proven experts must meet the site’s strict criteria for contributing tools, information, and resources to ensure readers get cutting-edge advice to help them with all aspects of career development. The site’s especially well known for it’s daily career tip newsletter, live webinars with top experts, and video tutorials available on-demand. @careerealism
Personal Branding Blog - Career mastermind and WSJ best selling author (Promote Yourself: The New Rules for Career Success), Dan Schawbel runs a magnificent career, interviewing, personal branding, entrepreneurship and job seeker oriented site. Definitely, this is one of our favorites. @DanSchawbel
Lindsey Pollak’s Career and Workplace Advice Blog - Lindsey Pollak, Millennial workplace expert and best-selling author of Getting from College to Career, shares her sought after advice on both the changing nature of work and how young professionals can successfully navigate their careers. Lindsey is also LinkedIn's LNKD -1.88% official Ambassador, so her blog will keep readers up to speed on all that’s trending with one of the hottest social networks today. @lindseypollak
PenelopeTrunk.com – Raw, honest sometimes-cringeworthy career advice that you’ll ever read. Penelope says what no one else will say, and she says it with great insight and humor. @penelopetrunk