by Kullah Anderson

At some point in time we may have been faced with a career choice or career change. This change or choice may not have come from the “best of places” or the circumstances surrounding it been the most “positive”. The choice or change can, depending on the situation, range from seeming daunting to exhilarating.

Other times we may simply seek to expand our horizons, learn something new, hone our skills.

In both cases, it can help to have some resources to which to refer to get some guidance, insights, or even connections.

Below is a (non-exhaustive!) list of sites that have been collected based on the personal experience of Aalto MBA Alumni board members. The first list is related to career search.

Career search links:

Bluesteps A Service of the Executive Search Consultants (AESC). Note that the lifetime membership fee is 250 e (I think?). Webinars, career advice sites, open jobs globally, etc.

Indeed Indeed is the world’s number one job site, and it is used by more than 150 million guests in more than 50 different countries every month. Indeed, the site has become an important contributor to employment in the world.

6FigureJobs – job search for positions with a salary of $100K and higher

LinkeIn LinkedIn job search, job notifications

Oikotie Job search in Finland (in Finnish and English)

Telecomsjobsource job search for telecoms professionals

Career Experteer Europe’s executive career service for leading professionals, free and for-fee

Inhunt ( InHunt Group is founded in 2008 and is the largest headhunting company in Finland. Big group of headhunters and 7 Senior Advisors guarantees that we can offer the right expertise in every case to solve our customers recruiting problems.

Mercuri Urval ( As an organically grown independent company with worldwide spread  – Mercuri Urval is a unique consultancy partner to international companies. The Mercuri Urval Global Client Services division meets the special needs of international clients.

One can leave an open application on their site and get notifications of jobs that they are seeking to fill.