Happy Anniversary Blogforce

This year marks the 10th anniversary for our blog. Yes, that means it’s time to celebrate! In ten years a myriad of changes have taken place, such as the popularity of blogging, social media and the way we use both to stay informed and find jobs. No longer are the days where we have to travel from company to company dropping off resume’s and filling out application. Today, you can sit at home, log onto your computer and apply to dozens of jobs before dinner. Oh, how times have changed.

Blogforce was created to be an online resource to offer resources for employers and help job seekers find a job, keep a job or get a better job. To commemorate this awesome milestone here are the top ten blog posts to help you in your job search. Let’s start with the very first Blogforce post.

  1. I Could Be An Elf!
  2. I Just Got Laid-Off..Now What?
  3. Toss Those Resolutions & Grab The Goals
  4. Strike While The Iron..Or Job..Is Hot!
  5. Reshaping Your Job Search
  6. S.M.A.R.T Resolutions
  7. WorkinTexas.com
  8. E Organized Job Search
  9. Resume Series
  10. Always Unique, Totally Interesting, Sometimes Mysterious

That’s our top ten list! We hope you find some great career and job search advice in those posts. This blog is also filled with hundreds of posts that can assist you in moving further with or changing your career, so feel free to browse around and share them with someone you know. You can also find assistance at Workforce Solutions. We hope that you’ve enjoyed the holidays and wish you all a happy and prosperous new year!

2 Responses to “Happy Anniversary Blogforce”


  1. 1 Wil Smith January 3, 2019 at 3:54 pm

    Congratulations Blogforce! It was an honor to be part of a groundbreaking platform that has helped so many jobseekers get their careers back on track. Here’s to the next ten years!
    Wil Smith

  2. 2 Wil Smith January 3, 2019 at 3:48 pm

    Congratulations Blogforce! It was an honor to be part of a groundbreaking platform that has helped many so jobseekers in our community over the years. Here’s to the next ten years!

    Wil Smith


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