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Monster: Career Experts Who Can Help Your Job Search

Here are the Monster 11 (from 2011) & most still valid today:

Penelope Trunk (of Brazen Careerist)
Find her at http://blog.penelopetrunk.com/ or on Twitter: @BrazenCareerist

Trunk blogs frequently on a wide variety of topics related to career advancement–she describes Brazen Careerist as “a career management tool for next-generation professionals.” Trunk’s advice also appears in more than 200 newspapers.

Heather Huhman
Find her at http://heatherhuhman.com/ or on Twitter: @heatherhuhman

Huhman is a prolific writer and well-respected expert; she’s the author of many ebooks and writes an Examiner.com column. Although she specializes in “helping Gen Y find internships and entry-level jobs,” Huhman is very active on Twitter and shares a wide range of advice there.

Miriam Salpeter (of Keppie Careers)
Find her at http://www.keppiecareers.com/ or on Twitter: @Keppie_Careers

An expert on social media for job seekers and entrepreneurs, Salpeter is also a career coach and a professional resume writer. She’s very active on Twitter, and she offers new advice articles on her website two or three times a week.

Eve Tahmincioglu (of CareerDiva.net)
Find her at http://www.careerdiva.net or on Twitter: @careerdiva

Tahmincioglu, the author of the book “From the Sandbox to the Corner Office,” writes a weekly career-advice column for MSNBC.com.

J.T. O’Donnell (of CAREEREALISM)
Find her at http://www.careerealism.com/ or on Twitter: @careerealism

O’Donnell is a career strategist and workplace consultant who provides practical advice for job seekers at any stage of a career; she’s a frequent blogger and very active on Twitter.

Chris Perry (of Career Rocketeer)
Find him at http://www.careerrocketeer.com/ or on Twitter: @CareerRocketeer

Career Rocketeer provides excellent advice on personal branding and related topics; Perry describes himself as “an ambitious entrepreneur and a career search and personal branding expert.”

Hannah Morgan (of Career Sherpa)
Find her at http://careersherpa.net/ or on Twitter: @careersherpa

Morgan describes her site as a resource for “lifetime career navigation”–and she’s true to her word, providing no-nonsense practical advice for people finding their way up a job-search mountain. On her site, she points to helpful content on a broad range of other sites.

Donna Svei (of AvidCareerist)
Find her at http://www.avidcareerist.com/ or on Twitter: @AvidCareerist

Twitter is a great place to find Svei, a longtime job-search strategist. Her information-packed site is for “for executives and professionals who want to create their next great career opportunity.”

Abby Kohut (of Absolutely Abby)
Find her at http://www.absolutelyabby.com/ and on Twitter: @Absolutely_Abby

Kohut is a staffing consultant who says she’s on a mission to help 1,000,000 job seekers–and that’s something we can definitely get behind. (Also check out her other sites, CareerWakeUpCalls.com and 101JobSearchSecrets.com.)

Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter (of Career Trend)
Find her at http://careertrend.net/ or on Twitter: @ValueIntoWords

Barrett-Poindexter’s Career Trend website provides plenty of advice on crafting a powerful resume; she’s also very active on Twitter, sharing links to other career experts’ articles.

Louise Fletcher (of Career Hub)
Find her at http://www.careerhub.typepad.com/main/ or on Twitter: @louise_fletcher

A resume expert and the president of Blue Sky Resumes, Fletcher provides excellent resume and job-search advice. Fletcher describes Career Hub’s goal as “connecting job seekers with the best minds in career counseling, resume writing, personal branding and recruiting.”