Monster.com’s Wake Up Call with Brian Baumgartner: Giveaway

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How many of you are currently working at a job that you don’t like? Going through the motions at a job that you loathe and can’t stand, because you need a paycheck. We’ve all been there a time or two. I know before I stumbled on my current gig of being a professional blogger and freelancer, I was also stuck in the daily rut of a job I could not stand. Monster.com understands your plight, but wants you to know that you don’t have to stay at your dead-end job. Let me introduce you to Monster.com’s Wake Up Call with Brian Baumgartner.

Monster.com wants to help you by giving you a Wake Up Call, and showing you that you don’t have to stay at a job you don’t like. With their massive search engine of employment opportunities, you are sure to find something that is much more exciting than what you are doing now.

Monster.com has teamed up with comedian Brian Baumgartner to show just how funny (and important) getting a real-life Wake Up Call is. Life is too short to be work at a job that you don’t like!

(Email subscribers and feed readers, click Monster.com’s Wake Up Call with Brian Baumgartner)

And they want to hear from you, too. Monster.com wants you to record your own funny Wake Up Call video sharing your thoughts and experiences at work, and leave a video response to their Wake Up Call video. You can easily record a video and upload it to YouTube. And when you post it on your social networks, use the #WakeUpCall hashtag which is being monitored by Monster.com.

What’s more, Monster.com is giving me the opportunity to hold a special giveaway to my readers during their #WakeUpCall promotion. One (1) TheCubicleChick.com reader will receive:

(1) $25 Visa Gift Card
(1) Monster Prize Pack- (Monster coffee mug, lunch cooler, duffle bag, backpack cinch bag, snow globe)
(1) Brian Baumgartner signed autographed photo

To enter, please make sure to follow TheCubicleChick.com on Facebook as well as leave a comment below giving me an example of a Wake Up Call you’ve received regarding your career. You can receive an additional entry by leaving a comment on Monster.com’s Wake Up Call with Brian Baumgartner.

This giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents only, void where prohibited. One winner will be selected at random and will be emailed of their win. This giveaway ends on Friday, May 31st at 7pm CST. If the selected winner does not claim their prize within 48 hours, another winner will be selected. Make sure to leave your email address when commenting so that you can be notified of your win.

 Monster.com's Wake Up Call with Brian Baumgartner

 

 


Comments

  1. Tabathia B says

    When I received my insurance license and realized that my pay wouldn’t increase that much

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  2. Mami2jcn says

    The wake up call I received was when I was at my first job and I knew I wouldn’t get anywhere in that company despite taking graduate school classes.

    I follow you on Facebook as Mary Happymommy.

  3. Jessie C says

    A Wake Up Call I got from previous job was when I realized that I missed way too many family events within a year due to multiple business travel trips overseas.

  4. soha molina says

    I follow on FB. I received my wakeup call when I worked for banks and they kept downsizing or being bought out. I realized I needed a new career.

  5. ginette4 says

    I follow you on facebook; Ginette Dube Anger, the wake up call that I received is that I am not super woman, I learnt the hard way, it’s called crash and burn..

  6. Shannon says

    I like TheCubicleChick.com on Facebook. My wake up call at work happened when I got passed up on a promotion by another co-worker. She got the promotion and I couldn’t figure out why for awhile until after she started the new position and I saw her in a new light, she completely uses others ideas and passed them on as her own. I didn’t see it when we worked together but after she left our team it was so noticeable! I started looking for jobs outside the company immediately because I didn’t want to work for somewhere that allowed others to advance that actually didn’t deserve it.

  7. Sara Floyd says

    I like you on facebook. I got a wake up call at work when my boss told me that there wasn’t going to be any money left for my position! I got out of that job and am much happoer now!

  8. Neiddy says

    My wake up call was when I realized that my job was bringing me down and taking away my joy. Facebook Follower Leidy Ruiz

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