Today I am sharing the love by showing you guys 10 websites every PA should read for career development. I follow these websites and they all have brilliant content for PAs, women in business and career advice in general. Do check them out!

Her Agenda 

‘Her Agenda is a digital media platform working to bridge the gap between ambition and achievement for millennial women. We aim to universalize the motto of No one Ever Slows Her Agenda through our online initiatives.

Her Agenda provides inspiration through the stories of real women succeeding in their industries while also highlighting the information and resources needed to achieve that success.  Resources include the latest in events, scholarships, conferences, internships and job opportunities for young women to reach their full potential.

The goal is to empower women to never allow anything to stop them from reaching their goals while providing them with the resources to overcome their challenges. The professionals featured on Her Agenda have the power to break the mold and illustrate to young women across America that if they believe it, they can achieve it.  Each of our featured women are the embodiment of the No one Ever Slows Her Agenda motto within their own industries.’

The Muse (Career Advice)

‘The Muse is the only online career resource that offers a behind-the-scenes look at job opportunities with hundreds of companies, original career advice from prominent experts, and access to the best coaches to get personalized and private career help. We believe that you can and should love your job—and be successful at it—and we want to help you make that happen.’

Ask A Manager (Blog) 

‘When I started this blog, I was the chief of staff for a successful nonprofit, where I was responsible for hiring, firing, promoting, managing, all of that. Now I do consulting work on the same issues I write about here.

I am not a perfect manager. I’ve made lots and lots of mistakes, which I’ve then dwelled on obsessively, and I definitely don’t have all the answers. But I think about management and hiring and systems for getting things done pretty much constantly.’

Ms. Career Girl

‘Ms. Career Girl aims to help ambitious young professional women find passion in their profession, or a profession out of their passions. Started in 2008 with 35,000+ monthly readers, Ms. Career Girl has grown into a group of inspiring and motivational female professionals that write about everything from the intricacies of the job search to travel, relationships, personal finance, and fashion. Whether you are a bright-eyed fresh graduate, a striving mompreneur, or currently climbing the corporate ladder – Ms. Career Girl is a resource for you.’

Work it Daily (Blog)

‘We remove the stress and confusion tied to your career using our online courses, virtual career support, and private community. After years of working with people dealing with career ruts, we learned the right combination of courses, coaching, and community are the key to true career transformation.’

The Chief Happiness Officer (Blog)

‘Alexander is the founder and Chief Happiness Officer of Woohoo inc and one of the world’s leading experts on happiness at work. He is an author and speaker, presenting and conducting workshops on happiness at work at businesses and conferences in over 30 countries.’

Levo

‘Levo arms you with the tools to develop your talent, build connections and stay inspired day in and day out as you grow and develop. We believe you can create a life you’re passionate about.’

Career Contessa

‘We help women cultivate successful careers through expert advice, interviews, and videos, one-on-one mentoring, online skills-based courses and resources, and a curated job board that speaks to our audience. Everything we do comes straight from the best kind of experts—real women who’ve been there and successfully done that.’

Forbes Women

Lots of career advice and articles for women from the definitive authority in business.

Practically Perfect PA 

I know, this is a little cheeky but we had to add Practically Perfect PA. We only write articles for PAs who want to improve and develop their careers!

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