Two Broke Chicks Podcast Episode #104: Career tips from the ultimate work wives

Posted: 20 October 2021 12:15 am
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Work wives Sal and Al dish what to do and (most importantly) what not to do to kick start your career.

Trying to land your dream job? Step into our office. With 12+ years of media industry experience, three uni degrees and way too many unpaid internships between them, Two Broke Chicks hosts Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan have learned a thing or two about that corporate life.

Al teaches us to write the perfect cover letter and why you should stop oversharing in the office (although she's still learning that one herself). Plus, Sal shares her fail-proof tips to get a raise and why you should never get too sloshed at the office Christmas party.

If this episode doesn't get you hired, we don't know what will (actually, don't hold us to that).

Got a question for us to answer during 'Class is In Session'? Hit us up on Instagram at @twobrokechicks.

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Credits

  • Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan
  • Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh
  • Editor: Bamby Media

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