Alison Doyle headshot
expertise
Careers/Job Search
currently
Job Search Expert, The Balance Careers
education
Indiana University, Bloomington, State University of New York College at Oneonta
Highlights
Experience

Alison brings extensive experience in corporate human resources, management, and career development. She also spent many years working at Skidmore College's career services office, developing information technology resources to assist constituents with job searching. Alison is the founder of CareerToolBelt.com which provides simple and straightforward advice for every step of your career.

Alison is also the author of Alison Doyle's Job Search Guidebook, Internet Your Way to a New Job: How to Really Find a Job Online, and The About.com Guide to Job Searching. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Alison has been quoted or mentioned in many major online and print publications, including LinkedInAARP, Forbes, Lifehack, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, CNBC.com, CBSMoneyWatch.com, CBSNews.com, NBCNews.com, Business News Daily, FlexJobs, Newsday, NY Daily News, Los Angeles Times, HCareers, Philadelphia Inquirer, Yahoo Finance, ABCNews.com, HR Magazine, Ladders, The Christian Science Monitor, Family Circle, Tribune Content AgencyUS News & World Report, The Wall Street Journal, WashingtonPost.com, FastCompany.com, Bankrate.com, Business News Daily, Kiplinger.com, Military.com, Monster.com, PayScale.com, PayPath, Glassdoor.com, Mashable.com, PR Daily, Randstad, Recruiter.com, Workforce, The Penny HoarderThe Simple Dollar, Consumer Reports, The Ladders, and VisualCV.

She has been featured on the radio programs MarketWatch, InfoTRAK, Blogtalkradio, Career Success, Opportunity Recruiter Radio, Women Aloud, Something You Should Know, Your Time with Kim Iverson, The Job Search Solution, Wisconsin Public Radio, NPR - Boston, PRI (Public Radio International), and many local radio stations and podcasts.

Media Inquiries: Please contact me at alison@alisondoyle.com or visit alisondoyle.com for more information.