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It's all about WORK. Why did I do the simple hard work of compiling this 100 Top100? Simple, I am throwing everything I can at the wall, hoping that one sticks. For you. Better if more than one.


The hard part is figuring out who you are. Content marketers keep telling me I have to know exactly who you are, what you do, what you like. The truth is, I really don't.

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I don't know who you are. Where you are. What you do. What you would like to do. 
But I know you must do something. Especially something that keeps you and your family going.
 
Getting and keeping a job would be a good start. Like I wrote in this post, you have to keep finding, keep sharpening the saw and keep asking. I am trying to help with this list.
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It's not the answer but the information might help some ways.  Some information may be dated. The idea is to give you a feel. Of the marketplace. Of the future of jobs. Of your market value. Of the places that can increase your value. Of the big hirers. Of the companies that will cuddle you. Of getting you ready for the big Q&A. Something to start with...
Hopefully you will benefit from the insights and article 100 might just give inspiration for the longer term vision.


If you are happily employed, certain information might help you sustain and do better. Be better. Reach out and help someone. As best as you can. 

If you think this Page is helpful, share with your friends. It took me hours and it will only take you a few seconds. Thanks.

At Work: The Hundred Top 100


1. The Top 100 Websites for Your Career   by Jacquelyn Smith @Forbes

2. 100 Best Jobs In America at US News

3. 100 Top Interview Questions at Monster Jobs

4. 100 Training Topics to Grow Your Career Skills at Indeed

5. Canada's Top 100 Employers (2021) at the Globe and Mail

6. Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2020 at Fortune

7. Sunday Times 100 Best Companies To Work For (2020) at Sunday Times

8. 100 Best Places To Work in NYC at Builtin NYC

9. 100 Best Places To Work In Seattle at Builtin Seattle

10.100 Best Places To Work In Los Angeles at Builtin Los Angeles

11.100 Best Companies, Oregon at Oregon Business

12. 100 Best Large Companies To Work For in 2021 at Builtin.com

13.100 Best Places To Work in Colorado at Builtin Colorado

14. 100 Best Companies to Work For in Arizona at Best Companies AZ

15. Berlin Top 100-The best Companies To Work In Berlin at Berlin Business Location Center

16. The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers at the Times

17. Global Top 100 Companies by Market Capitalization (June 2020) at PwC

18. 100 Exciting STEM Careers at Prepscholar

19. Top 100 STEM Blogs and Websites at Feedspot

20. 100+ STEM Courses at Class Central

21. 100+ STEM Projects for Kids at Little Bins for Little Hands

22. Top 100 Engineering Schools in the World (2017-2018) at Interesting Engineering

23.The Top 100 Best Engineering and Technology Colleges in the World (2019) at CEO World

24.Reuters Top 100 Europe's Most Innovative Universities at Reuters

25.100 Top Engineering Institutes in India at SI-UK

26. 100 Best Engineering Schools in US at Stilt

27.Top 100 Best Online Colleges at Online Colleges Plan

28. Top 100 Best Community Colleges in America at Stacker

29. Top 100 Companies for Remote Jobs( 2021) at Forbes

30. Top 100 Global Innovators at Reuters

31. Derwentp 100 Global Innovators(2020) at Derwent

32 The 100 Most innovative Companies of 2020 at Analytics Insight

33. Top 100 Germany (SMEs) at Top 100 Germany

34. 100 Most Innovative Start-Ups in Spain at Startup Real

35.Top 100 Most Innovative and Disruptive Construction Companies at Disruptor Daily

36. Top 100 Chinese Brands in 2020 at Brandz

37.Top 100 Unicorn Companies in China (2016) at iResearch International

38.Explore the Top 100 Careers at Career Profiles

39. The 100 Best Jobs and Career at Love To Know

40.The 100 Highest Paying Jobs in California (2020) at Zippia

41.The Top 100 Career Blogs, Websites and Influencers in 2021 at Feedspot

42. Top 100 Highest Paying Jobs at Indeed\

43.The Jobs that Pay Over $100K a Year at the Balance Careers

44.100 Employers with 1130,000+ Open Jobs at Job Hunt

45.The 100 Highest Paying Jobs You Can get Without a College Degree at CEO World

46.Top 100 Highest Paying Jobs in Australia at Career FAQs

47. Top 100 Construction Jobs at Construction Executive

48. 100 Top Construction Employers at Construction Executive

49.100 Top Construction Resumes at Construction Executive

50. 100 Top Career Answers at Construction Executive

51. 25 Hot Jobs that Pay More then $100,000.00 a Year at Go Banking Rates

52.Top 100 remote Companies Hiring at We Work Remotely

53.The Upwork Top 100 In-Demand Skills for Independent Professionals(Q3 2019) at Upwork

54.The Top 100 Companies Offering Virtual Office Jobs at Alliance Virtual Offices

55.Best Remote Jobs in 2021: The Top 100 Companies to Work from Home at Remotive

56.Top 100 Employment and Jon Sites in the World (2016) at Job Rank

57.2021's Best Jobs in America at US News

58.The 100 Most popular Online Courses ...at Class Central

59. The Top 100 Free Online Courses According to Class Central at IBL News

60. World Top 100 Universities by MOOC Performance at MOOC Lab

61. Enrol in 100 Free Online Courses at Coursera (November to December 2020) at Business Insider

62. 100+Ways to Learn to Code Free Online at Skillcrush

63.100 Potential Interview Questions at Military.com

64.100 Top Interview Questions at Indeed

65.100 Top Interview Questions and How to Answer at My Job Mag

66.List of 100 Most Common Behavioral Interview Questions at Contract Recruiter

67.100 Interview Questions for Evaluating Top Marketing Talent at Offers.Hubspot

70.100 Most Ridiculous Job Interview Questions Ever at Response Web Recruitment UK

71.100+ Java Interview Questions You Must Prepare for 2021 at Edureka!

72.100 Software Testing Interview Questions at Software Testing Material

73.100 Project Manager Interview Questions and Answers in 2021 at Project Practical

74.Over 100 Data Scientist Questions and Answers at Toward Data Science

75 Top 100 B2B Sales Interview Questions at Selling to Big Companies

76.100 Most Asked Interview Questions at Employment Crossing

77. Top 100 SEO Interview Questions & Answers 2021 at Intellipaat

78.Top 100 Teacher Interview Questions at Teaching Interview

79.The Top 100 Interview Questions for Lawyers at TP Legal

80. Top 100 Networking Interview Questions and Answers at Instrumentation Tools

81.The Top 100 Sales Interview Questions at CEO Lifestyle

82. Top 100 QA Testing Interview Questions and Answers for 2020 at Jan Bask Training

83. Top 100 Electrical Engineering Interview Questions at Wikitechy

84.100 Job Interview Do's and Don'ts at Workopolis

85.100 Soft Skills Assessment and Interview Questions at Toggl.com

86.Top 100 Interview Questions at Knowledge Publisher

87. 100 Plus HR Interview Questions for Top MNC at the HR Blog

88.100+ Excel Interview Questions to Make You Job Ready at Trump Excel

89.Top 100 Python Questions You Must Prepare for 2021 at Edureka!

90.100 Helpful Career Blogs and Websites for Job Seekers and Job Holders at Thrive Yard

91.100 Best Pieces of Career Advice at Classy Career Girl

92.Malaysia's 100 Leading Graduate Employers at Grad Malaysia

93.100+ Skills for Your Resume at Resume Genius

94.Top 100 Extra:Advice for Young Accountants at Accounting Today

95.Top 100 Career Stories at Facebook

96.Top 100 Swiss Startup Success Stories at Top 100 Startup. Swiss

97. Singapore's Top 100 Leading Graduate Employers in 2019 at Issuu

98.Top 100 Recruiters and Headhunters in the World at Job Rank

99.Top 100 Medical Device Companies in 2020 at Greenlight,Guru

100. Highest Paid CEOs of Equilar 100 Companies at Equilar


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