10 Job-Hunting Books for $6.95… Total

These 10 books have several facts in common:

  • Each explores a topic relevant to job hunting
  • Several people have reviewed them highly
  • Each costs less than $2
  • None has a shipping charge

e-BooksYes, they are e-books.  They were written for Amazon Kindle and can be purchased through Amazon.com for prices ranging from $0.00 to $1.99 each.

Amazon.com sells Kindle reading devices for prices ranging from $69 to $199.  I have one of the $69 ones, and can vouch for it’s paper-whiteness and many other good features. But you don’t have to buy any of them. Amazon.com also gives away free downloads[1] of fully-functional e-reader software.  The price of Kindle software which runs on Android or phone or tablet, or iPad, iPhone, or Windows phone is zero dollars, zero cents.

If you eschew smart phones and tablets, you might rather read e-books on a Mac, or on a Windows PC.  Kindle software for those devices is also free.

The 10 e-books listed below fit within a pretty tight budget… with a total price of less than a bean burger (Bean burgers are good for you. Knowing your stuff as Job Hunter is also good for you.)

Check out these titles:

BOOK TITLE PRICE[2]
12 Steps to Freedom: A Career Planning and Self Help Manual for Prospering in Today’s Job Market $1.99
Always Know What To Say – Easy Ways To Approach And Talk To Anyone $0
Find A Job… FAST: The Secrets Of Getting Hired Using The Internet And Networking $0.99
How Do You Prepare for an Interview? $0.99
How To Ace Your Phone Interview $0
How To Change Your Life: Changing Your Job $0
In Search of the Fun-Forever Job: Career Strategies that Work $0.99
Making Money Where You Are, Being Who You Are $0
Maximize Your Potential: The Simple Secrets of Dream Job Hunting, Elevator Pitches and Goal Setting $0
The Job Search Action Plan: What You Need To Know To Get The Job You Want $1.99

[1] Free Amazon Kindle Reader App

[2]Prices as of 1/21/2014

George Pond

If the internet is like a sea, George is the guy you see fishing along the shore. All sorts of good and bad ideas surface each day. He casts out for career development tricks and tools, hoping to land the best of them to share at WageScope.com.

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