Don’t have time to keep up with all the blogs out there? Wish you could read the blogs while you’re out for a run or driving? Check out JobRadio.FM! Not only do they have great blog entries but there are mp3 files with past interviews and radio broadcasts related to job and career topics.



There are many features on JobRadio.FM like blogs, live broadcasts, archived broadcasts in mp3 format, nine additional shows, and alternate ways to listen through the phone and iTunes. “Tune into the JobRadio.FM internet radio stream 24 hours a day to hear great career advice. Or just download the shows via podcast.”

I just listened to an mp3 file from Career Moxie Radio, one of the featured shows, entitled Why Parents Don’t Belong in a Child’s Interview. This podcast interviewed Laura Hagler of regarding a trend she’s personally encountered, helicopter parents. She told stories about parents bringing their children to a job interview and requesting to sit in on the interview. Hagler continues to tell how many times the child was unable to answer a question and proceeded to look at his/her parent who then answered it for him/her. There are so many things I could say about this occurrence, but Hagler summed it up very well when she said, “If they couldn’t do the interview on their own, how were they going to be able to do the job on their own?” This is just one of the sponsor podcasts currently on JobRadio.FM.


Other than Career Moxie Radio, JobRadio.FM hosts podcasts from eight other online shows. Here’s what you can find, all in one place!

Total Picture Radio – “a playground for your brain, presenting a “total picture” of emerging trends, thought leaders, and for-real gurus to help high-potential professionals like you succeed in your career goals.”

Secrets of the Job Hunt – “the site is a social network for both job hunters and career advice professionals.”

The Savvy Jobseeker – “discusses topics important to job hunters ranging from resume building tips and interview strategies to methods for tapping into the unpublished job market and salary negotiation tactics.”

Career Success Radio – “committed to bringing you inspiring career-related topics so that you can ‘fire up your career’ whether you’re a job seeker, a career changer, a student or entrepreneur – looking at making your mark in the world.”

The Job Stalker – “takes a fresh, new direct approach to finding the job of your dreams!”

Tales from the Job Search Trenches – “discussions with fellow job seekers, resume writers, recruiters, career coaches and job placement professionals to look at the different strategies people are using, and brainstorm on ways to make job search efforts more effective.”

Jobs in Pods – “features interviews with employers who actually talk about their jobs and company culture.”

Career Czar – “All issues related to the world of work and careers are fodder for the Career Czar®.”


JobRadio.FM posts blogs, which you can subscribe using an RSS reader, and listen to by downloading the mp3 podcasts. Their most recent posts have been on How to use Linkedin if unemployed. JobRadio.FM posted 7 articles and tips on how to use LinkedIn when you’re unemployed. Tips like networking, status updates, personal branding, profile summary, keyword usage, researching, highlighting skills, and the option to consult. Check out all that JobRadio.FM has to offer and good luck with your career development.

Karen is a Career Counselor and Internship Coordinator at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW). At IPFW she assists students in finding internships, coordinates and assists with campus-wide events, teaches a Career Planning course, and meets with students to assist them with all aspects of career development. Connect with Karen via LinkedIn or Twitter.

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