♫ January Jams ♫

Sometimes you need the right music to help keep the motivation to apply for a new job, write the perfect cover letter, ace an interview, or cry over a cupcake after getting past over for the job. Because we believe that everything is better when set to soundtrack, we present you with the first playlist of the year.
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  1. I Need a Dollar by Aloe Blacc – Who doesn’t Aloe? Who, doesn’t?
  2. Got My Mind Set On You by George Harrison
  3. Dream On by Aerosmith – “Dream until your dreams come true”
  4. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da by The Beatles –When things get rough, remember the words of the Beatles, who always knew exactly what to say, “Life goes on”
  5. Do Something by Britney Spears – Probably not your typical choice when thinking of the job search, but finding a new job comes down to you, so why don’t you do something?
  6. I Get Knocked Down by Chumbawamba – Come on! Who doesn’t love a good 90s pump-up anthem every now and then??
  7. Let Me Blow Ya Mind by Eve ft. Gwen Stefani
  8. Dreams by Fleetwood Mac – The bottom line – you have to have dreams and the belief in them.
  9. Heartlines by Florence + The Machine
  10.  I’ve Got The World on A String by Frank Sinatra – Ok so it may be a love song, but you try playing it when you are walking to an interview and tell me you don’t feel instantly more confident.
  11.  Faith by George Michael – “Cause you gotta have faith, faith, faith.”
  12. Don’t Stop Believing by Journey – This song isn’t popular in Karaoke bars around the country for no reason.
  13.  Smile by Nat King Cole – Great to play to perk yourself up after you wipe the remaining sprinkles off your lips after a bad interview.
  14. So Ambitious by Jay-Z ft. Pharrell
  15. Good Days, Bad Days by Kaiser Chiefs
  16. Stronger by Kanye West – Well he’s right, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, so take that job that didn’t hire me.
  17.  I Want You To Want Me by Letters to Cleo – Basically the same as writing a cover letter, in more eloquent terms of coarse.
  18. Under Pressure by Queen
  19. Billionaire by Travie McCoy
  20. Something Good Can Work by Two Door Cinema



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