Happy Labor Day, dear JobMonkey readers! How are you enjoying your day off? I will be taking in a ball game later, and then joining my family for a barbeque for dinner — yum!
Of course, if you are currently out of work and looking for a job, I suppose a “day off” is no great shakes. Well, allow me to cheer you up with some awesome freebies for job seekers.
First, I’m thrilled to be able to share with you Totally Free Tuesday, an incredible resource for those of you who are or dream of becoming a work-at-home mom. Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 8, 2009 is the first ever Totally Free Tuesday, with free how-to-get-started webinars from some of the leading WAHMs, plus free gifts by e-mail and special giveaways! Check out the lineup of morning, afternoon and evening presenters from WAHM Talk Radio. Then sign up for the free event by subscribing to the mailing list at the top of the website.
A few other freebies to check out this fine Labor Day Monday:
- Free webinar on “How To Identify The Best Companies To Work For – Even If They’re Not Hiring!”, sponsored by CollegeRecruiter.com. (Check out a comprehensive list of College Recruiter’s job-related webinars on their website.)
- Free weekly career podcasts from career planning experts on topics such as Is a career coach right for you?, Creative Ways To Get the Interview, and Guerrilla Job Search Tactics. Don’t miss these and more by Subscribing in iTunes.
- Free ebooks on landing your next job, including Insider’s Guide to Networking with expert advice from the Career Hub professionals on how to network successfully, what NOT to do when networking, and the best ways to use the Internet to secure your next job. The Networking Guide is the 4th book in a series of free ebooks, so check them all out.
- Don’t forget about the JobMonkey’s comprehensive section on Job Hunting Tools. And for a weekly dose of inside job seeking information, sign up for our newsletter, which features a column from a leading career expert.
Do you have any super job seeking freebies to share with our readers? Leave me a comment to spread the word!
Happy Labor Day!