New Girl on the Job has been called "a must-read for every woman entering the work world" by the Houston Business Journal and the Washington Post said that it "covers the key things any young woman needs to know to thrive at those first couple of jobs."

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“This is your Cliff’s Notes for breaking into the workforce and staying there. I wish I had this book when I moved to New York as a young freelancer.”

Bobbi Brown, Founder and CEO of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics

“The right advice at the start of your career can make the difference between mediocre and exceptional success. Invest in yourself by taking Hannah’s experiences to heart.”

Tory Johnson, CEO, Women For Hire, and Workplace Contributor, ABC’s Good Morning America

“Where was this book when I first entered the workforce? Actually, it’s never too late--as I learned plenty from Hannah Seligson’s smart, super-practical guide to mastering the world of work. Can a 50 percent female Fortune 500 be far off?”

Jennifer Baumgardner, author of Manifesta and Look Both Ways

“What a gift for any ‘new girl on the block’ in business. This is a must read guide to navigating the ever changing currents in the business world. Hannah’s unique perspective as a ‘new girl’ and those of the Sr. Executive women who share their experiences and wisdom is a truly valuable resource.”

Jean M. Otte, Founder and CEO of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc., and author of Changing the Corporate Landscape

“I wish I had this book when I was starting out. Hannah Seligson gets it right when she says ‘nice is the new mean.’ New Girl on the Job gives young women a head start in learning the most important success lesson … to really get ahead in business start by liking and respecting who you see in the mirror each morning. I’m giving this book to my 21 year old daughter!”

Robin Koval, President of The Kaplan Thaler Group and co-author of The Power of Nice: How to Conquer the Business World with Kindness

“A trusty road map to navigate the chaos of working when you’re young. New Girl on the Job is chock full of specific tips and mistakes someone else already made — so you don’t have to! This book is a perfect graduation gift, or a primer for any young woman.”

Rachel Simmons, Director of the Girls Leadership Institute and author of Odd Girl Out

“Full of practical tips right on point for today’s world of work, New Girl on the Job is a must-read for any woman entering the workforce! Women should buy it for themselves, employers should offer it in the New Hire Orientation packets and parents should buy it for their daughters and her friends. As a matter of fact, they may want to consider it for their sons too!”

Carol Frohlinger, President, Negotiating Women

“New Girl on the Job belongs in every working woman’s bookshelf, whether she’s been on the job ten days or ten years. Hannah Seligson offers up page after page of much needed wisdom and practical advice from women who’ve been there, done that, and learned plenty from their successes and their mistakes.”

Nan Mooney, author of I Can’t Believe She Did That

“Hooray! Another book for women in the workplace. Hannah offers you invaluable advice for making it big in the real world.”

Caitlin Friedman and Kimberly Yorio, authors of The Girl’s Guide to Being a Boss (Without Being a Bitch)

Read media coverage of the book:

Where's the Girl Power?
Minnesota Public Radio

Generation Entitled
Dame Magazine

Looking for a Job?
Brown Alumni Magazine

Career Interruptis

Youthful Advice
Dallas Morning News

Take Five
XM Radio show with Lisa Belkin

Workplace Success
XM Radio show with Jean Chatzky

Mean Girls: All Grown Up!
Television appearance on Fox's "Morning Show with Mike and Juliet"

Podcast with Hannah Seligson, New Girl on the Job
Secrets of the Job Hunt
New Girl on the Job
The Women's Dish

New Girl on the Job
Video interview on BusinessWeekOnline

Toolbox: Book Review
Houston Business Journal

Survive and Thrive at Work
Podcast on WiredBerries

Land a job and make it work
New York Daily News

Interview on Joan Hamburg Show
WOR Radio (scroll down to June 11, 2007, Hour 1)

New Girl on the Job (free registration required)
Armchair Interviews

The Book on How to Thrive
Washington Post

Foreign Editions:

» Bright Culture, China (Chinese)
» MBC Production, Korea (Korean)
» Domain Publishing Co., Taiwan (Chinese)
» Curtea Veche Publishing, Romania (Romanian)
» Epsilon Yayincilik Hiz. Tic. ve SAN. Ltd., Turkey (Turkish)
» Lua Del Papel, Portugal (Portugese)
» Helion SA, Poland (Polish)
» Siciliano, Brazil (Portugese)