Erica LambergErica Lamberg is a business, health, and travel writer whose work appears in Gannett, US News & World Report, Bankrate, MSN, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Reader’s Digest and NBC News. She is based in suburban Philadelphia.
Articles by Erica Lamberg
You’re a perfectionist but your boss is not: 4 tips to deal with the paradox without losing your cool
If you’re a perfectionist it may be frustrating if coworkers aren’t as impeccable as you. It’s even more frustrating if your boss is not a perfectionist.
How positive psychology can enhance your job search
There’s a new trend in the working world today — people aren’t only looking to change their job, they’re now looking to change their profession.
New book says that childhood bonds impact your career success
Understanding how our attachment styles, which are developed in infancy, impact how we connect in any relationship — including with coworkers and your boss.
7 ways to stand out during your internship
This 8- to 12-week assignment gives hiring managers a snapshot of your personality, skill set, ambition, communication skills and of course intelligence.
4 ways conquering an escape room may help you find a job
The skills used to conquer an escape room can transfer to your job search. We’ve asked two professionals who tell you how to do it.
Study: Binge drinking at happy hour can affect sleep and work
Think happy hours help you unwind after work? Think again. A new study shows how a single binge drinking episode affects the gene that regulates sleep.
Don’t let ghosts of work mistakes haunt your career success
Everyone has work skeletons in their closets. Slip-ups include losing accounts, lying to your boss, and making severe errors that you think will follow you around for the rest of your job life. Career pros offer tips on how to release the work demons and embrace your career success without fear.
Watch out for these 4 downsides of moonlighting
Looking to moonlight to boost your income? It may seem like a great way to earn some extra bucks, but be aware there may be some drawbacks, especially in the personal side of your life.
College experts share 8 points of wisdom not taught in a class
Professors and administrators at several universities throughout the nation share their words of wisdom that aren’t found in lectures or in textbooks.
6 ways to identify and break free from manipulative coworkers
It may be difficult to unmask a sneaky coworker who has selfish motives. We’ve asked work experts for cues on what to look for and how to navigate through the treachery to keep your work life more productive.
Use these 7 tips to squeeze some fitness into your next business trip
Fitness gurus share how you can put a jump in your step with a little bit of effort the next time you’re on a business trip.
Experts share 7 reasons you may have been passed up for a promotion
Job experts and experienced managers weigh in on how to raise your promotion stakes.