When's Happy Hour?: Work Hard So You Can Hardly Work

When's Happy Hour?: Work Hard So You Can Hardly Work Review

The New York Times bestselling authors of I Had a Nice Time and Other Lies and Nice Is Just a Place in France are back with a guide on how to thrive professionally, get ahead in the workforce, and basically become the Beyoncé of whatever you aspire to do.

We get it. You run shit. You can go from being blackout at drunk brunch to being ready to meet your new boyfriend’s parents in two seconds. But how do you go from being the boss of your personal life to taking charge of your career? That’s where the Betches come in.

We are dedicated to making you the most successful, betchiest career woman you can be. After all, we only became Betches after we worked like, really hard. And now we’re confident enough to help you become the best. You’re welcome. You can thank us later. As New York Times bestselling author Jessica Knoll says, “I only ever want the cold, hard truth from a betch.”

So whether you’re trying to become a CEO, navigate an office hookup, or just save enough money to go to happy hour twice a week, we’re here to help. It’s time to channel your inner Elle Woods, Miranda Priestly, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Per our last email, you better read this.

Title:When's Happy Hour?: Work Hard So You Can Hardly Work
Edition Language:English

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    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Tanya Feke

    I work from home as a medical consultant. According to The Betches, I must be a pathetic loser who never gets any work done. They don't know me at all! These millenial women sure have an "interesting"...

  • Runner10

    When’s Happy Hour? Is filled with timely advice in the modern workplace. I found myself laughing and cringing when I read this book. I think young professionals will enjoy this book and may even rec...

  • Jessica

    This is a great book for someone starting out in their career. Funny and useful advice!...

  • Shari Suarez

    I know I'm not the target audience for this book. I'm not a Millennial and I'm not just out of college. I think this book has some good advice for young women just leaving college. I'm sure the casual...

  • Jan Rog

    In the introduction, the authors claim that this book may not be for everyone. I actually liked the introduction and the first few chapters, but I came to recognize myself as the "not for everyone" re...

  • Archana Manohar

    As a woman is in late twenties, works a 9-5 job, loves it and earns a six figure salary doing so ( the only reason I bring up money is because apparently this book is a guide to be a rockstar employee...

  • Nadia

    It was...okay. Not their best work. I personally found the humor in their previous books much better. This book lacks in humor. Which I understand, this is a book about jobs. Which is a serious topic....

  • Amy Cummings

    This would be a great graduation gift for a sorority girl. I don’t mean that in a derogatory way—I read it as a 26-year-old who has been in the “real world” for over four years now, and as som...

  • Lana Dial

    Definitely speaks more to women that are just entering the workforce, than women who have been working for some time. I find the book’s voice a little too juvenile and lacking in actual in-depth adv...

  • Sarah Paulos

    The millennial woman's guide to the work force. A quick, easy read I think this book would be good for women just starting out in their careers or trying to figure out how to navigate the workforce po...