12/04/12 12/04/12 POPSUGAR Living Job Search Gifts For Job Hunters 8 Gifts Job Hunters Would Love December 4, 2012 by Emily Co 9 Shares Chat with us on Facebook Messenger. Learn what's trending across POPSUGAR. There's probably someone in your life who's looking for a job right now, whether it be someone about to graduate, someone recently laid off, or somebody who quit her job as a step toward taking up her dream career. Looking for a job can be really stressful, so consider getting some of these gifts for the job hunter in your life to brighten things up a little. Humor Calendars Give humor calendars like The Office: 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar ($14) to inject some light into the job seeker's daily life. This will help him or her keep track of dates as well. The Office: 2013 Day-to-Day Calendar $14 from amazon.com Buy Now Handy Netbook The Acer Aspire One (230) is an Amazon best seller and will be your job hunter's fave as well! Looking for a job means hours and hours on the Internet. A netbook is perfect for carrying around because it's light and compact enough to take to coffee shops, which are stomping grounds for job seekers. Pick from five colors ranging from purple to black! Savvy Smartphone Anyone looking for work will appreciate the iPhone 5 ($199). Not only will iPhone users have access to great work and productivity apps, they'll be on top of all forms of communication — emails, calls, and chat. iPhone 5 $199 from store.apple.com Buy Now Smart Business Card Case Networking is something every job seeker needs to do, and he or she should have a ton of business cards handy. These Brookstone card holders ($17, originally $29) holds up to 30 cards, and its simple design will keep the hunter looking professional. Essential Grooming Items Appearance plays a big part in first impressions, so grooming items like Amazon's bestselling Philips Norelco 7310XL Men's Shaving System ($50) and Revlon RV544 Ionic Lightweight Dryer ($25) will keep the job hunter looking fresh and clean. Philips Norelco 7310XL Men's Shaving System ($50) and from amazon.com Buy Now Revlon RV544 Ionic Lightweight Dryer from amazon.com Buy Now LinkedIn Upgrade Buying a upgraded subscription to LinkedIn ($25 and above) can gain the job seeker more access to networks and professionals. She'll be able to see more profiles in her search and have the ability to contact anyone on that network. LinkedIn $25 from linkedin.com Buy Now Starbucks Gift Card "All hail ye Starbucks latte!" is the mantra of many employment seekers. Give the gift of coffee to the job hunter in your life, and it'll be a present that'll keep on giving — the recipient can keep adding their own cash to the Starbucks gift card ($15 and above) to rack up reward points. Coffee, Internet, and background noise are just what a job seeker needs. Books For the Job Hunter's Soul Image Source: Thinkstock Someone who's looking for employment will find 60 Seconds and You're Hired! ($15) a very useful guide for interviews. What Color Is Your Parachute? ($19), the most popular job hunting book out there, will help job seekers put things into perspective. A yearlong subscription to Inc. magazine ($12, originally $50) maybe a worthwhile investment, because reading about all the successful entrepreneurs and hard lessons they've learned can be a source of inspiration. You can also add a fantasy book like The Chronicles of Narnia ($15, originally $22) to the bunch so the recipient can take his or her mind off work. 60 Seconds and You're Hired! from amazon.com Buy Now What Color Is Your Parachute? $19 from amazon.com Buy Now Share this post Job Hunting2010 HolidayJob Search2010 Holiday Gift GuideHolidayJobs Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter You're subscribed! Sign Up For Our Newsletter Select topics that interest you Love and Sex Tech DIY Vegetarian Home Food Sign up with facebook By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR.