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Difficult Job Market: Hip-Hop Music to the Rescue
Hip-hop artist Timid has created an encouraging music video in conjunction with the critically acclaimed book, The Secret to Getting A Job after College: Marketing Tactics to Turn Degrees into Dollars, from branding expert Dr. Larry Chiagouris.
Hip-Hop Artist and Professor Work Together to Bring Fresh Approach to Getting a Job
New York, NY – Hip-hop artist Timid has created a unique and encouraging music video in conjunction with the critically acclaimed book, The Secret to Getting A Job after College: Marketing Tactics to Turn Degrees into Dollars, from Pace University professor and branding expert Dr. Larry Chiagouris.
In the video, I Want The Secret, Timid addresses the dire situation college students and recent graduates face everyday. Rising tuition costs, mounting debt and a bleak job market await their future.
The message is clear in Timid’s lyrics and in the book: Know your value and do not be afraid to stand apart from the majority. It is your individuality--
I Want the Secret is an anthem: a battle cry for students to follow their dreams and to not give up in the face of adversity. The lyrics reflect the challenges graduates confront when seeking to make a difference in the world.
The Truth Of The Matter Is The System Would Rather
Focus, On Tuition Patterns Than On What Comes After
The Former Over The Latter, It’s Like Taking Away The Ladder
How Do We Ascend To Begin Escape From Financial Captors
About the Book:
The Secret to Getting a Job after College is an easy to follow guide for all majors to help launch careers in any job market. Learn tips and tactics to attract the attention of an employer and get the job you want.
About the Author:
Dr. Larry Chiagouris, Professor of Marketing at Pace University, is known as “a Branding Guru”, an “All-Star Marketing Strategist” by the media. His opinions on modern marketing practice have appeared in hundreds of media outlets throughout the world, including The Today Show, Fox News, and The Wall Street Journal. His advice to students has launched hundreds of successful careers.
Timid has received an immensely positive reception on major Hip-Hop websites and has received radio play in Florida, Africa, Canada, and Japan. His stage stops are from New York to Tokyo and television and radio appearances from Washington DC to Australia.
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