In alphabetical order and with abundant respect, here are YouTern’s top 50 (well, 55… but who’s counting!) Twitter accounts for 2014…
@Absolutely_Abby Abby is consistently positive… and a terrific resource for job seekers.
@AfterCollege Excellent blog (and site) for college students and recent grads.
@alevit An author and speaker, Alexandra delivers great career advice.
@AlisonDoyle Simply the best; you’ll find Alison’s advice on About.com.
@amyruberg A college and career consultant who “gets it” – and shares it!
@AndyInNaples Highly respected among career colleagues; quality content sharing, always.
@animal While he’s not always tactful… he’s ALWAYS helpful.
@askamanager Excellent advice for careerists of all ages and experience levels.
@avidcareerist Solid advice and a generous contributor to the career community.
@blogging4jobs Jessica is highly approachable and very, very smart; the real deal.
@BrazenCareerist One of the best online career communities… period.
@CareerBright A Silicon Valley based job search expert who shares great stuff.
@CareerDrEliz A staple on career Twitter chats… and a passionate career mentor.
@careersherpa Always sharing, always giving… one of our favorites!
@CyndyTrivella A very engaging career expert and co-founder of #OMCChat.
@dailymuse The team at TheMuse.com offers the best in contemporary career advice.
@DanaLeavy A career coach and resume writer with an entrepreneurial mindset.
@David_Shindler The brain behind “Learning to Leap” – and becoming employable.
@DawnBugni Dawn’s no-nonsense, supportive style works well for all ages.
@DawnRasmussen Always straight-up information from an absolute favorite.
@debrawheatman A prolific blogger combined with a willingness to share quality content.
@dorothydalton From the talent management point-of-view, a great perspective.
@EmilieMeck A consistently solid presence on Twitter career chats and social media.
@ErinKennedyCPRW Among the “best of the best” in resume writing and career strategy.
@gaylehoward Old-school advice in a no-nonsense style; the world needs that.
@Glassdoor Great career info throughout their site and Twitter stream.
@Gradberry A terrific resource for early careerists, from internships to full-time work.
@GreatResume Jessica offers some of the best resume advice in the business.
@HeatherHuhman A Millennial career expert… and a #SoMe pioneer.
@InterviewIQ Australia’s most connected career blogger – always good advice!
@Jerry_Albright A member of the old-school “no-nonsense” club… well worth the listen.
@jimstroud A highly respected social recruiting and job search strategy expert.
@JMMuscarello John is a giving, informative resource for career networking. Always helpful.
@JobHuntOrg One of the most respected career guides on Twitter… 4 stars.
@jtodonnell Founder of CareerRealism – and an outstanding blogger and coach.
@juliaerickson Expert advice on how to find a job you love, from someone who loves to help.
@LeaMcLeod Lea offers expert advice for recent graduates and young pros; two thumbs up!
@levoleague Their focus is women; their career is advice is good for all of us.
@levyrecruits A 5-star mentor; founder of the “no fluff” tribe.
@lisarangel Solid advice, sometimes in a blog; sometimes in less-than-140s.
@markadyson Always impressed by Mark’s knowledge and low-key style.
@MRGottschalk An excellent blogger and workplace expert; highly recommended.
@MeghanMBiro Founder of Talent Culture and #TChat; a friend who gives back to many.
@PhyllisMufson Focused on best practices and always willing to share!
@stacyzapar A huge fan of social sharing… and one of the greatest humans around.
@standandinspire One of the most consistent contributors in the space.
@TheJobQuest Melissa is a passionate career coach who clearly cares about job seekers.
@tombolt Old-school wisdom combined with SoMe and technology – a real winner.
@tonyrestell Abundant blogging, sharing and tweeting… we’ve become big Tony fans.
@undercoverrec A popular career and recruiting blog; consistently great content.
@ValueIntoWords A master resume writer… and storyteller.
@williamtincup A prolific sharer of all things job seeking and recruiting.
@workcoachcafe Solid advice; well told… a favorite of YouTern.
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