New Success Resource for College Students and Young Workers

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Alfred Poor, America’s Success Mentor for Young Employees, just launched a new website -- http://www.alfredpoorspeaker.com -- that has information for college students, young employees, and their parents and family members.

Alfred Poor, Speaker and Author

Young workers are often frustrated and upset.

Today’s college students and recent graduates are not prepared for the workplace. Many students are worried about how they will manage after graduation. Young workers are often frustrated and upset about the quality of the jobs available to them, and the slow pace of advancement. Their parents, grandparents, and other family members are concerned about how these young people are going to support themselves.

Alfred Poor, a speaker and author with an international reputation, just launched a new website, http://www.alfredpoorspeaker.com, which has information to help college students and recent graduates be more successful in their jobs. The site has details about various speaking and training programs that are available for college and corporate audiences.

The new site also has information about Alfred Poor’s latest book, “7 Success Secrets That Every College Student Needs to Know!” This short, easy-to-read book helps young people understand some simple strategies that they can use to gain an advantage in their work, and find more satisfaction and fulfillment in their jobs after graduation.

About Alfred Poor, PhD: He is a writer, speaker, and trainer with a worldwide reputation. He is the author of “7 Success Secrets That Every College Student Needs to Know!” as well as more than a dozen other books. He has experience as a guest on television and radio, and was co-host of a live radio show in New York City for more than eight years. He presents his upbeat message with energy and humor, and welcomes the opportunity for live interaction with audience members.

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