Striving to be a successful worker in today’s job economy requires a great deal of extra legwork. A March 2013 release from the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows that personal income has decreased 3.6%. Despite the gloomy numbers, there are ways to rise above the hardships in order to reach one’s career goals.
This Wednesday at Oakland Public Library’s Main Branch, Dr. Marty Nemko will be paying a visit to speak on best tips for success in the work world drawn from his book, How to Do Life: What They Didn't Teach You in School.
The talk session will be held in the Bradley C. Walters Community Room from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Expect to learn some unique and “non-obvious” tips on self development within the work place. See more about the event here.
Dr. Nemko is known for being the "The Bay Area's Best Career Coach," according to the Bay Guardian so don’t take a chance on missing his talk on job success at the Main Library. According to his website, Dr. Nemko has been a career coach for 26 years with a success rate of 96% with his clients.
He possesses a Ph.D. in education from the University of California, Berkeley and taught at both U.C. Davis and U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
The Main Library is located at 125 14th Street in Oakland. Call (510) 238-3134 with any questions.