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There are so many books published every year for any and all sorts of working professionals be it for entrepreneurs or working class professionals, for a tech start-up or a freelancer. But there are only so many books you could read all year round with your own busy schedule and yet sometimes you don’t connect with the author or the story just doesn’t stick with you.
And that’s when a blog plays a perfect role. With being precise, easy to read, and providing varying perspectives, it becomes more accessible than a whole book.
So we sift through the internet to bring you among the most relevant and relatable blogs for working professional to read or even binge read.
So let’s get to it right away!
Ash Ambirge, a rather convention-defying woman, started this much necessary blog turned book named the Middle Finger Project. It’s a brutally honest and sugar-coat free blog that doesn’t shy away from talking about all the topics about work culture that are considered taboo or are only discussed behind closed doors. You will find yourself nodding your head vigorously relating to almost all of her insights and advices.
Undercover Recruiter is among those blogs that you should definitely read if you have only started your career recently. It is much like those hardworking seniors from colleges that know and share all those quirky secrets about working in corporates or just the work-life in general. They have covered a whole range of topics of varying perspectives by writers and experts from all walks of life.
This particular blog will tell you everything from what career to pursue after college, how to work while still in college, manage student budget to even how to keep your dormitory clean. If you are a student and confused yet willing to do something but don’t know what exactly or just someone missing their college life then this is the right blog for you.
Career by the Guardian presents a very liberal front about working professionals from all sorts of career paths among other blogs. Owing to its hardcore journalistic ethics, this blog, most often than not, gives a voice to the voiceless. It offers a rather very inclusive perspective about most issues.
Fast Company holds a very reputable name among the most popular blogs and one of the primary reasons for it is its credibility. This blog is not just informative but also visually very attractive and colourful. It will keep you entertained as well as give you news about markets from all around the word.
Mashable is much like Fast Company, it will keep you updated about the happenings and moods of the global market. It also offers a stretch of insights into the current trends and weird fads. Look out for it, if you want a not-so-serious approach to the business world.
Among the most famous blogs, Marie Forleo, namesake of the very successful entrepreneur, Marie Forleo.
She presents a very optimistic view and approach of the entire business world. Recommended by Oprah herself, she encourages and inspires many budding female entrepreneurs and well, if she is Oprah favourite, she is our favourite. Period.
Think Simple Now started by Tina Su, has a very personalized representation of an ex workaholic and her realisation of the true meaning of work. She presents a very real and often relatable yet positive insights about working towards what you truly believe in. In her blog, she tries to prove that sometimes the conventional form of success might not bring you as much satisfaction as it claims to.
A smaller yet significant part of the much celebrated website, the Huffington Post, has a very powerful voice among other blogs. Described as the most liberal-leaning blogs, it offers a microscopic view of varying business related issues. You must read it if you are interested in global markets or world news.
One of the most famous and often rated No. 1 blog has been offering a wide and unique view of the work culture for quite a while now. It’s not just a blog but, in fact, a podcast too. So that you can now passively listen to the podcast without the need to take a break from your work. Tim, who runs the blog and podcast dives head first into extremely interesting conversations about the everything that has to do with business and corporate word. It also has a detailed write up about everything discussed in the podcast.
Give it a ear, if you are a workaholic or have to travel to go to work, and you won’t regret it.
So that was it with the list of blogs for working professional. Hope you liked this curation of charming blogs from around the world!
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