It’s tough out there in the job market, with a possible recession, widespread labor disputes, and general workforce insecurity, and we’re all dealing with global events that have a significant impact on how we work and live. In the age of COVID, younger generations and entry-level employees are leading the percentage of both job vacancies and prospective employees — all while seeking more equitable working circumstances.

Finding genuine employment guidance — such as resume-building guides, negotiating strategies, and interview ideas — has gotten much easier thanks to numerous on the internet. With 3 billion views across videos with the hashtags #CareerTok and #CareerAdvice, TikTok has risen as a career resource for the next generation of employees.

Many of these career and financial creators are young women, women of color, or industry professionals working to help diversify the workforce and close the pay gap between men and women.

Check out this roundup of some of TikTok’s most popular career accounts if you fit into one of those categories, or if you’re just looking for some new perspectives on work. They provide a variety of services, whether you’re just starting out in the career, looking for a new job, or looking for “adulting” life advice.


Gabrielle Woody is a career adviser and recruiting specialist who joined TikTok to give resume-building and hiring materials. She includes connections to useful tools, free online resources, and resume templates throughout her page as well as in her bio, which now highlights Google’s free online career training. Woody also offers recruiting and interview criticism, as well as college application advice. She’s made it a point to talk about how firms engage in illegal or discriminatory hiring practices when interviewing women, people of color, and people with disabilities, and she gives basic advice on how to react to these queries.


Rawan is a Meta employee and #CareerTok ambassador who wants to help underrepresented communities find job opportunities and diversify the workforce. Her page is chock-full of information for recent college graduates and aspiring young employees, including internship recommendations and job vacancies, as well as helpful résumé, networking, and job-search resources. She’s also put together a list of free credentials for anyone interested in tech, analytics, or other fields in her field. You may also ask her questions about her profession on TikTok.


Erin McGoff is a film editor and filmmaker based in New York City who provides professional counseling and personal marketing recommendations to a media-savvy audience. Resume advice, basic negotiating scripts, and even techniques to deal with rejection can all be found on her TikTok profile. McGoff has also generated a number of additional free tools for her fans, such as a downloadable #CareerAdvice handbook. Her ultimate goal is to democratize career counseling online, and she offers paid resources like her SkillShare lesson on how to utilize TikTok to sell oneself. McGoff may also be followed on Twitter, where she offers job openings in the entertainment sector on a regular basis.


Madeline Pendleton is a TikTok sensation known for her open chats about financial and employment issues such as ethical company practices, wage and labor rights, and cooperative homeownership. Pendleton’s advise is practical and relevant, acknowledging the reality of how tough it is to maintain financial security as a young or self-employed individual. For personal guidance and insight into Pendleton’s work as the owner of a small fashion firm, see her “Practical Stuff” emphasis on her profile.


Alexa Shoen is a career coach and the author of #EntryLevelBoss, a 9-step strategy to digital job hunting. Shoen uses TikTok to speak frankly with her followers about corporate employment culture problems, the reality of unpaid internships, and loads of advise for young graduates and first-time job seekers. You may also join up for Shoen’s free newsletter, which he began in 2015 and addresses frequently asked questions about jobs and professions. If you find her free content useful, you may contact her for professional one-on-one career coaching (for a cost).


@HulloKimi is a #CareerTok influencer who shares her experiences working in tech startups, and she’s on a mission to help other young professionals achieve a better work-life balance. Her Instagram account went viral after she announced her 2022 career goal of re-framing her 9-5 job as part-time employment and treating her leisure and hobbies as full-time jobs. You’ll find recommendations for people who wish to try it with her, as well as her experiences and guidance from working in highly competitive corporate jobs, if you scroll down her page. She’s also turned these stories into a newsletter, which you can subscribe to by clicking here.


Jackie Cuevas is a TikTok maker and Human Resources expert who creates material from the perspective of someone who works in the hiring field. Cuevas gives her followers behind-the-scenes recruiter tactics to help diversify the workforce and democratize the hiring process. You’ll discover a wealth of resume writing ideas on her page, as well as interview guidance and explanations of popular vocabulary and job kinds, to help you stand out to recruiters and negotiate difficult topics like firings and mental health leave. Cuevas also hosts a Discord channel where people may come together to talk about their job concerns, and he provides paid personal counselling.

Information Source: Mashable 

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