I think I’ve covered the basics of JibberJobber, so this final post is really to highlight a couple things I didn’t get to yet.
First, JibberJobber has a neat online “Library.” Basically, users input links, articles, and books that they find interesting. You can share your library items with others or keep them private. It’s really quite neat.
Next, JibberJobber connects you with a good set of auxiliary tools. You can map clients & companies, track expenses, keep tabs on your career coaches, and import/export data.
Finally, JibberJobber helps you monitor your career progress. You can run a series of reports from the “Reports” page. You can track your job application activity, your action items, and your relationship goals. It’s a great way to track and monitor your progress.
If you haven’t checked out JibberJobber, you should. It’s a great career toolset.
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