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These TikToks Will Have You Cracking Up—And Winning At Work


Have you ever heard the saying you are what you consume? If you are career-focused and want to move from the basement to the corner office suite, the manifestation of your dreams starts with your mindset. What are you putting in front of you that is getting you closer to where you want to be? Outside of the here-today-gone-tomorrow dance challenges, mouth-salivating recipes, and cute outfit compilations, TikTok has become a clutch resource for inspiration and career advice—whether you like it in a serious tone or delivered as pure comedy.

While you scroll on your way to your next lunch break, take a look at these Black women on TikTok who are not only engaging and entertaining but provide advice and tips that will set you up to live your best professional life:

Sugar, Nurse

@mylifeassugar_

##healthcareworkersoftiktok ##cnalife ##phlebotomist ##viral ##fyp ##nursesoftiktok

♬ She Make It Clap - Soulja Boy

This self-proclaimed nurse coach helps students and professionals become more successful by showing the real (and hilarious) day-to-day encounters of working in the field. Her advice spans from how to survive nursing school to how to find your dream job making big bucks.

Rawan, Project Ops Manager

@rawanog

make sure to do this! ##linkedin ##linkedintips ##linkedinprofile ##careertok ##careeradvice ##career ##jobhunting ##tech ##stem

♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys - Kevin MacLeod

Rawan uses her TikTok skills to empower underrepresented communities by sharing career tips, resources, and advice. She offers a combination of tech-industry advice as well as general tips that can benefit you no matter what you do for a living. The Facebook project ops manager immigrated to the United States at 16 and adds stories of her personal journey and love for travel in her videos, too.

Jahleane, Blogger

@jahleane

To better days in 2021 💞 ##learnontiktok ##tiktokpartner ##postgradlife ##blacktiktok ##visionboard

♬ The Wisp Sings - Winter Aid

Jahleane doesn't shy away from sharing the ups and downs of living as a recent grad in her 20s. She offers book recommendations, motivational advice, and a much-needed break from into what most recent grads have to deal with today, all while managing to keep her edges laid and bills paid.

Bozoma Saint John, CMO, Netflix

@badassboz

You know what your superpower is?? KNOWING AND VOICING YOUR GREATNESS.

♬ original sound - Bozoma Saint John

If you follow influential women who work at the executive level in entertainment, then you're probably no stranger to the name Bozoma Saint John. The global chief marketing officer (CMO) at Netflix gives a behind-the-scenes look at life in the C-suite and beyond. She also posts super-impactful interviews on career advice, confidence and leadership that she's given on physical and virtual stages.

Robyn M. Neal, Social Media Manager

@robynmneal

Game Day in the Life - Celtics vs Sixers

♬ Work Out (Talkbox) - Adam Tahere

She's a sports fanatic who spends her days in floor seats tweeting pics and posting bomb updates for the Boston Celtics. On top of letting us live vicariously through her TikToks, Robyn also shares job opportunities in the sports industry, as well as the day-in-the-life of her career as social media manager.

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