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Christine Laue

Christine Laue is an awarding-winning journalist with a knack for identifying and telling a good story — skills that she’s most recently transferred to corporate communications, public relations and content marketing. After working at newspapers in her native Kansas as well as Texas, she spent 12 years at the daily newspaper in her current hometown of Omaha, covering topics from the city’s bustling indie rock scene to real estate. A graduate of the University of Kansas’ William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications, this Jayhawk currently works as a copywriter.

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Most Recent Posts by Christine Laue
  • Parasite Singles: A Millennial Trend

    Jennifer Lawrence does it. So does Taylor Lautner. And now, a new report says more people in their generation are, too. A new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data shows that 36 percent of the nation’s young adults ages 18 to 31 were living in their parents’ home in 2012. That’s the highest share in at least four decades.
  • Channel Your Inner Superhero: Harness the Power of The Perfect Question

    You don’t have to wait for Ben Affleck in the next Batman movie to see a superhero. Look in the mirror. A recent Popforms article says you — yes, you —have a power to master new skills, control conversations, get better at your job and improve your relationships at home, at work and with your peers.
  • Great Recession Is Great Downer for Generation Z

    You could say members of Gen Z are pragmatic. They grew up after 9/11. They’ve seen reports of school violence and the fallout of the Great Recession. They’re more aware of troubling times, and as a result, they’ll be wary with their money, according to this Forbes article. So why so gloomy?

  • Desk Envy? How Standing Desks Can Get You Noticed at Work

    You’ve heard about the health benefits of a standing desk, but did you know getting off your duff could benefit your career? We talked to Roman Paluta, an award-winning, Minneapolis-based advertising executive who ditched a derrière-friendly chair for a standing desk more than two years ago and knows the career upsides to being upright.
  • Dance It Out: 10 Songs for Your Career Comeback

    Put down the Ben & Jerry’s, turn off the Netflix, and unfurl from the fetal position. Whether you were fired, laid off, or passed over for a promotion, we all experience career setbacks. Sometimes, in order to make a comeback, you just have to dance it out.

  • When Not To Control Your Impulses at Work

    Even meditation masters have their breaking points. Work stress can bring out the beast in all of us — even people like Deepak Chopra, a holistic health guru known for teachings of being mindful, selfless and calm.

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