Sexy Careers you never thought of. Career Builder thinking sexy?

I’ve never been the biggest fan of job boards, recruiters get lazy and for the most part they attract a lot of desperate job seekers. However, recently I’ve really been warming up to Career Builder- I’d date them over Monster any day. Especially after they created BrightFuse, a free professional networking site for professionals of all ranks and backgrounds — from interns to electricians to CEOs.

Richard Castellini, VP of Consumer Marketing for CareerBuilder, said,

"We looked at social networking...and we saw that it's something that's not going away, and that CareerBuilder should be involved with and understand it, so we launched BrightFuse. What's always been the number one way for people to recruit is referrals, which is essentially networking, and it makes sense for us to provide our job seekers with a platform for which they can develop themselves from a professional standpoint."

They get it.

MSN posted this article last week by Anthony Balderrama, writer

10 Sexy Careers you never thought of

Here’s Anthony’s List:

1. Administrative assistants (duh!!!!)
2. Baristas (anyone in a starbucks uniform first thing in the morning is sexy)
3. Hairstylist (never skip the shampoo)
4. Disc Jockey
5. IT workers (only the one's I know)
6. Mail carriers (only when the checks come)
7. Personal trainers
8. Photographers (absolutely!)
9. Psychologists
10. University professors

Anthony and Richard made our Sexy Thinker list!

Still, I think there are a ton of sexy restaurant and a few other jobs they missed.

I'd add the following jobs to the list:

Restaurant People!!! Professional Bloggers, Life/Career Coaches, Online Community Managers, TR Talent Agents

What careers would you add to the list?

Amanda Hite
Talent Revolution Inc.
a drastic change in thinking and behaving with talent

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Comment by Keith Bernhardt on October 16, 2009 at 3:26am
Comment by Michael Biesemeyer on October 15, 2009 at 10:41pm
Organic Farmer (small scale)
Life coach
Web Video Producer
Feng Shui consultant
Yoga Instructor
Wilderness/Outdoor Adventure Guide
Comment by Merrili Jones on October 15, 2009 at 9:13pm
Of course we can't forget our back of house and front of house support crew of cooks, dishwashers, food prep, servers, bartenders, hosts and so on ... where would we be without them?

Comment by Matt Smith on January 20, 2009 at 8:17am
Totally would add Americorps volunteers or City Year. So much energy for volunteers. Of course on the cool side, living in Colorado, you can't leave out ski patrol or lift operators!
Comment by Amanda Hite on January 16, 2009 at 3:38pm
awesome additions to our sexy list!
Comment by Bretton Lammi on January 14, 2009 at 4:50pm
Sommeliers. Even sounds sexy, but I might be biased...

Comment by Keith Bernhardt on January 14, 2009 at 4:40pm
Travel Consultant

I always thought "hotel concierge" had a sexy name for a job.
I remember this really cute one in....
Comment by Matt Urdan on January 13, 2009 at 10:44am
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