Web: Looking for a new job can be an intimidating task with lots of things that you need to do. The 50 Ways to Get a Job web site can make it not seem overwhelming.
The site uses the old logic of breaking down a large task into smaller pieces to tackle it. It first asks you to choose what stage of the job search you are at, out of nine options: starting, finding my purpose, overwhelmed, stuck, learning new skills, networking, applying for jobs, interviewing, happy.
What you choose will trigger a set of tasks you should do next. There's a lot of information available about each task, including a bullet-point list of sub-tasks, advice on how to do it, resources to look up, and more. You can check an item when done or set a reminder for it.
A lot of the advice in 50 Ways to Get a Job will be ideas you may well have read about in the past, much of it here at Lifehacker, but it is useful to get it in one place and formatted into an achievable task list.