What is One Day, One Job, you ask? It’s a must read for any entry-level job seeker in today’s uber-competitive, weakening economy, everything-is-slower-in-the-summer job market. Recent Cornell grad Willy Franzen started One Day, One Job (and its sister site, One Day, One Internship) to do exactly what its name suggests: feature one hiring company a day.
One Day, One Job’s mission is to revolutionize job hunting by doing much of the leg work for you, finding companies — usually ones that are off the beaten (Fortune 500) path — that are hiring entry-level candidates. Willy and his team also provide an article about each company, so you know as much as possible about what the company does and what they’re looking for. All you have to do is apply.
Beyond the great daily jobs, I love the site’s articles, where the One Day, One Job team shares its strategies for finding the jobs they list — from Google searches to magazine “best of” lists to cold calling and more. The job search process is in constant flux, and One Day, One Job is on top of all the trends.