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With new fall products currently hitting stores (I know, it's barely August!), there is a great selection of fashion to choose from right now.While I'm trying to differentiate my love for summer vs. fall products, it's clearly a bit difficult — I just love them all.
We all get rejected.Believe me, I know the feeling, and I know that it's no fun.
A few moths ago, I got in touch with author and professional development coach, Caroline Dowd-Higgins.She authored the book and maintains the blog, This Is Not The Career I Ordered. I got the opportunity to speak with Caroline about my new book, Welcome to the Real World.
Never underestimate the importance of being detail oriented.
I wore this printed dress in my most recent video post, It's All About the Attitude.I love how the bold print and wide sleeves work together to create an overall wow factor.
When I started my first job, I was the absolute last thing on my list of priorities.I didn't make time for myself, and I wasn't taking care of myself.
This is a guest blog post from Lauren Berger Inc. reader, James Ozturk — an international citizen from Istanbul, Turkey.James attended Boston University and is now working at Argopoint, LLC in Boston, MA. He had never previously traveled to the states before moving here, nor did he have any family here upon arrival; all he had was "a dream and a drive to achieve it." He hopes that this post can inspire international students and help them better navigate the professional world after graduation.
Our Intern Queen interns, Morgan and Cindy, were looking through the Zara and H&M websites and noticed that they had a lot of great products that are perfect — both in style and price point — for both the Lauren Berger Inc. and Intern Queen girl.While it was hard to do (there are so many to choose from!), they selected the top five must-haves that you need to invest in. Best part? They are all under $60.00!
One of the most important things you can learn, is knowing your room.
Ever wonder where the U.S. employees are most satisfied in their jobs?I recently came across this ranking based entirely on employee feedback shared over the past year. The list features a comparison by city of overall employee satisfaction, number of employers hiring, business outlook, and more.