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The Unemployed College Graduate's Survival Guide: How to Get Your Life Together, Deal with Debt, and Find a Job After College Paperback – January 18, 2013
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"While there are a handful of books out there offering advice to those who have graduated into the Great Recession, so far this one is my favorite. The author was very thorough in presenting a number of different opportunities beyond simply 'getting a job.' In other words, she makes it very easy to take action." --20 Something Budget
About the Author
Dr. Bonnie Kerrigan Snyder (Lancaster, PA) is an honors graduate of Harvard. She holds advanced degrees from Virginia Tech and Pennsylvania State University. She has worked as a college admissions officer, a college career counselor, a college professor, and a certified high school guidance counselor.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a great book. It is sad that we now NEED such a book. Yes, you have to start somewhere & there is a first time for everything. Yes, many college grads have never so much as pushed a broom or punched, clicked, swiped, or etc a time clock. This gives grads and in some ways non college folks ideas and tools to survive, land a job, network, and etc. Give this book a try. When you are done, or no longer need it, lend or give it to someone who does!
The author presents an abundance of resources on how to support oneself and eventually land the career you always wanted. She does not leave you flying blind at all, yet she is realistic about the circumstances that are faced by many college graduates. For these reasons, she presents a holistic approach to employment.
What I absolutely love about the book is that its straight to the point and she does not do any of the blaming or victimizing found in other books such as why would you major in this and so forth. Rather she says never regret such an experience, that college is not immediate access to top jobs, but rather this is just the beginning of the journey and these are the tools to make the best out of this journey.
If for any reason, the resources available such as book recommendations and plenty of websites, will inform you greatly and place you in a way better position than where you started.
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One of many career advice books for college graduates that has no lasting impression on the reader.Published 6 months ago by Kevin King
This book was a great find. I bought it for my son, who has been unemployed for most of the past 2 years and didn't go to college. Read morePublished on June 14, 2013 by Linda