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by Don Philabaum

  • ISBN: 1475292236
  • Author: Don Philabaum
  • ePub ver: 1383 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1383 kb
  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 308
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 22, 2012)
  • Formats: docx mobi lrf lrf
  • Category: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The author reminds parents that it's highly likely their student will never visit the career center because it's not a required activity at college.

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The author reminds parents that it's highly likely their student will never visit the career center because it's not a required activity at college.

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The Unemployed Graduate, and What Parents Can Do about It! by Don Philabaum.

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The Unemployed Grad, And What Parents Can Do About It, was written to encourage parents to take a part in encouraging students to take ownership of their careers the minute they step foot on campus

The Unemployed Grad, And What Parents Can Do About It, was written to encourage parents to take a part in encouraging students to take ownership of their careers the minute they step foot on campus. Your alumni are living online! Your alumni association has an enormous opportunity to engage alumni of all ages by using Internet tools and strategies. You can pick and choose from 101 powerful strategies to build a relationship with alumni of all ages.

Estimated number of college graduates who are spilling into an economy that is producing fewer than 150,000 jobs a month, according to Don Philabaum, the author of the new book "The Unemployed Grad, and What Parents Can Do About It": 2 million. Percentage of Americans who say that political action committees or PACs have too much power and influence in Washington, . the No. 1 entity cited by respondents of a Harris poll conducted by Harris Interactive: 88. Percentage who say big companies have too much power: 86.

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The Unemployed Grad, provides over 50 tips ideas and strategies that will help parents of college students and grads be a resource to their grad in their first professional job search. The author reminds parents that it's highly likely their student will never visit the career center because it's not a required activity at college. With 80 percent of the graduating classes since 2008 being unemployed on graduation day, and the average grad taking nearly 8 months to find a job, the author suggests parents have to step in and require students to take ownership of their career. The book is loaded with stats, facts and compelling evidence by industry sources that support the fact that students that invest time and effort in managing their career while they are in college end up with the internships, jobs and higher pay. The 300 page book shares with parents common mistakes first time job seekers will make, highlights proven strategies to use Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter and other Internet strategies to get jobs and offers a dozen "Soft Skills" students should develop if they want to stand out in a crowded job market. As a result students are encouraged to visit their career center frequently and network with alumni. Parents are encouraged to take the role of career coach and work with their student to make sure they explore career opportunities, develop a career plan and job search strategies. The book includes a 40 page workbook and access to additional career resources for parents, students and grads. Parents of students just entering college, parents of students in college and parents of grads will find this book will help them develop healthy career behaviors, attitudes and strategies. Don Philabaum also has written, Change It!-Create a Career Centered College Culture, Create a NET-Centered College Campus, Internet Dough, Create a Business Strategy to Make More Dough Online, Engage Customers Online

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