7 movies to inspire your career
These movies will give you the ultimate career motivation. Prepare for inspiration to work hard.
In your 20s, people expect you to get your life together but so far your toughest decision has been whether to have salad or pizza for dinner. Fret not, we’ve several movies chockfull of some career-minded motivation. So… grab a snack, kick back and kick off your weekend with some inspirational entertainment.
1. The Devil Wears Prada
An aspiring journalist, Andy (Anne Hathaway) lands a job as a junior personal assistant to the Editor-in-Chief of Runway magazine. She stumbles through the world of fashion and tolerates her devil of a boss, in hopes that her job could be the birth of her editorial dream, but Andy soon realises her ridiculous lack of work-life balance and the drastic effects of her sacrifices.
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