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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 par 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.


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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 par 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.

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

  1. 4 out of 5

    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" way of looking at things and honestly, that's why I read it. As a middle-aged woman, I am curious to see how younger generations look at the world. Much of the advice in this often comedic book is obvious, other bits and pieces a bit off the rails. For example, I strongly discourage women from swip 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" way of looking at things and honestly, that's why I read it. As a middle-aged woman, I am curious to see how younger generations look at the world. Much of the advice in this often comedic book is obvious, other bits and pieces a bit off the rails. For example, I strongly discourage women from swiping right on Tinder not because they are interested in a guy but because they want to "network" with his connections. This isn't LinkedIn, folks. I am sure it is going to go over well when the guy is rejected but asked to hook up these women with his buddies. Other advice, like how to deal with toxic people in the office, is a bit more practical when you look past the wise-ass delivery. Altogether, it's an amusing book but not one that will speak to everyone.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

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

  3. 5 out of 5

    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 recognize some situations they have already been navigating.

  4. 5 out of 5

    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 tone will appeal to Millennials and Gen Z. It just seemed a bit much for me. Too many references to the Bachelor and Vanderpump Rules for me. The authors have two best selling books already so there must be a market for this type of book. I did appreciate the chapter on harrassment and I found myse 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 tone will appeal to Millennials and Gen Z. It just seemed a bit much for me. Too many references to the Bachelor and Vanderpump Rules for me. The authors have two best selling books already so there must be a market for this type of book. I did appreciate the chapter on harrassment and I found myself nodding my head at the Betches take on feminism. I'm sure they have another hit on their hands with the right audience.

  5. 4 out of 5

    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" reader as the book progressed. While there was a great deal of justification for self-permission for informal language "bros" would get away with, the tone did not change throughout the book. Some nuggets of wisdom were included here in terms of how to present self, prepare for interviews, and pace ca 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" reader as the book progressed. While there was a great deal of justification for self-permission for informal language "bros" would get away with, the tone did not change throughout the book. Some nuggets of wisdom were included here in terms of how to present self, prepare for interviews, and pace career development, but the authors needed to change the presentation to more sincere writing or actually go the opposite way to heightened satire and comedy. I'll look up the blogs by the Betches. I suspect that I would prefer that format for this group. Simply, an old-fashioned book was not the best medium for the lessons here.

  6. 4 out of 5

    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 post college. Good advice and honest truth telling that as a manager I would love for people to know. I also found good advice for myself but mostly it was a snarky entertaining read in the same style as their blog/instagram account.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Carol

    I loved this book. It is funny but at the same time it is very informative. The Betches don't pull their punches with the thought provoking questions. The book gives the reader a kick in the backside in the reality of job hunting or just job keeping.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    Relatable, hilarious, and a perfect style of writing- as always!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Berkeley

    Refreshing and informational. It made me less scared to start planning for my future.

  10. 4 out of 5

    L.H. Brown

    This one was kind of on the line for me. Equal amounts of what I liked, versus what I didn't like. A bit of a let down for me, and I was really looking forward to this. It just didn't speak to me all the way. That being said, I still know some people who would fully enjoy this.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brooke

    The Betches do an amazing job making a career book actually enjoyable to read. I originally bought this book because I'm a fan of the Betches and wanted to read their humorous writing, but I ended up getting a lot more insight on the working world. The Betches started their company on their own in college and brought it up to be a huge media company. More than just being funny people, these three women are truly an inspiration. They share their stories, their struggles and their advice in hopes The Betches do an amazing job making a career book actually enjoyable to read. I originally bought this book because I'm a fan of the Betches and wanted to read their humorous writing, but I ended up getting a lot more insight on the working world. The Betches started their company on their own in college and brought it up to be a huge media company. More than just being funny people, these three women are truly an inspiration. They share their stories, their struggles and their advice in hopes to help their readers understand the in and outs of the working world - with no bullsh*t. The book had me laughing to myself, gave great advice, was extremely inspirational and relatable.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mike He

    A must-read for surviving and thriving in an office environment, no matter you are just fresh from college or years after graduation. Full of good advice, tips and tricks to be a successful player in a workplace.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Frey

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Vetter

  15. 5 out of 5

    REGINALD TATE

  16. 5 out of 5

    Katie Kortier

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

  18. 5 out of 5

    Katie

  19. 4 out of 5

    Laura

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jami Mayer

  21. 4 out of 5

    Erin Siu

  22. 4 out of 5

    Katherine Pierce

  23. 5 out of 5

    La'Kiesha

  24. 5 out of 5

    Claire C

  25. 5 out of 5

    Apiffany

  26. 5 out of 5

    Katie Jo

  27. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jess W

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alyssa

  30. 4 out of 5

    Summer

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