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Helping To Bridge The Gap After College, Prevent Unemployment and Underemployment Joe McCormick Visits Cal State University of San Bernardino(March 05, 2018)
March 5, 2018 - The CEO/Founder of Everyday Development, Joe McCormick, graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University in 2012. Upon graduation, he was immediately recruited by a fortune 500 company where he spent five years as a corporate executive and thirteen years as an entrepreneur. Joe founded Everyday Development L.L.C. and also works as a professional educational/motivational speaker to help students reach their full personal, professional and financial potentials.
Joe has received phenomenal feedback from students and professors alike for his captivating and highly engaging presentations. His next speaking engagement will be on April 18, 2018 at 6:00 PM in the Santos Manuel Student Union Theater (SU107) at Cal State University of San Bernardino, 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407.
The topic of this presentation will be: “The Key to Personal, Professional and Financial Success After College.” Joe feels especially driven to help students learn how to bridge the gap between traditional education and real-world experience. By imparting his “many secrets” for success, Joe has been instrumental in motivating and mentoring thousands of students of all ages and backgrounds the art of landing the “perfect” job to begin their new careers – not just settling for “a job” that would leave them feeling dissatisfied and underpaid.
With the unemployment/underemployment rate hovering at 70% for newly graduated college students, Joe believes that it is imperative for students to learn how to sell themselves and their education. “In today’s highly competitive market, students must learn to “dominate” in order to stand out from the pack in a positive way”, Joe states.
Job hunting is clearly a challenge for newly graduated students; financial debt, if not kept in check, can be even more challenging. For this reason, Joe is also passionate about teaching basic principles of money management. “While college graduates earn 30-40% higher salaries than people who do not have a degree, they also tend to spend beyond their means putting themselves in financial jeopardy”, Joe states.
He says further, “I use every presentation as an opportunity to help students build a better future for themselves. They worked hard for their degree and now look forward to landing “the job” that provides the expected income for their career choice. The years spent utilizing traditional education methods is over or nearly over. I teach real world skills, discipline and techniques to help put that hard earned education to use.”
For more information about Joe McCormick or to attend Joe’s presentation, visit https://www.everydaydevelopment.com/about Or contact
Sue Salyers (Administrative Assistant)
Ph: 480 239-9364
Joe McCormick 480-228-1133
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