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New Book Helps Recent Grads and their Families Navigate from Campus to Career

Chicago, IL, USA – WEBWIRE

Three executives whose expertise is in career counseling, finance, and talent management have come together, sharing professional and personal experiences to better position the next generation for academic and career success. Their book, “Adulting Made Easy(er): Navigating from Campus to Career” paves the way.

The book focuses on kids who are midway through the high school or college years. It also speaks to their parents and families who may be experiencing a bit of angst about what’s next. The authors provide practical advice and resources to link secondary and post-secondary education with career choices. A positive dialogue between kids and parents sets the wheels in motion, and then an individualized career plan is put in place. The plan is executed with the help of a team of advisors, including parents, mentors and a growing network that will provide counsel and act as a sounding board for kids.

“Compelling, credible,well-thought career counsel. Barbara, Kim, and Gerry provide unique first-hand perspectives from decades of experience, backed by relevant research. A must-read for graduates and their “team” now and throughout your career!” Chris Kearney-Tatum, Managing Partner, Central Region.

“It would be impossible to overstate the importance of this book. Customized for generations Y and Z, it should be given to every young person launching into adulthood. It’s a fantastic resource and serves as a GPS for navigating a successful future from campus to career. As a bonus, this book provides real-world advice for parents to initiate career dialogue for children at any age.” Roz Usheroff, Leadership Brand Specialist, The Usheroff Institute, Inc.

Book available at Amazon: “Adulting Made Easy(er): Navigating from Campus to Career
About The Authors:   
Gerry O’Connor is a global financial executive and principal at Brentwood Advisory Group, a consulting business focused on designing and implementing organization improvements.

Barbara Schultz is a human resource executive, freelance writer, and principal of The Career Stager, assisting individuals to identify a career path and execute a plan.

Kimberly White is the executive director of the Career & Networking Center, a non-profit organization providing career support to individuals in transition or seeking professional development advice.

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