Obama, Romney Clash Over Immigration: Parents Worry About Their College Grad's Future

27-Jun-2012 | News-Press Release

Expert shares insights about tackling the current issues for parents with college students

KNOXVILLE, TN. (Jun 25, 2012) – President Barack Obama and Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney spar over the latest executive order related to immigration while millions of frustrated parents worry about the rising costs of college and their child’s opportunities for employment.  Dr. Daryl Green, noted lecturer, provides solutions on these pressing issues on college campuses and to parents within local communities.  Recently, President Obama announced the easement of immigration laws which would allow over 800,000 immigrants to remain in the country.  Many of the benefactors are young immigrants. Romney and other Obama critics oppose this effort. 

Today’s parents worry about their children’s future. Hardworking parents observe the ever increasing cost of a college education and their children’s inability to swiftly complete their college education.  According to the College Board, the average in-state tuition and fees at four-year public colleges this school year rose 8.3%, and with room and board, now exceeds $17,000 a year. Sadly, today’s college education is bankrupting many families’ dreams of a better life for their children. 

Some people believe that students are taking more than four years to get Bachelor’s Degrees due to numerous distractions. Former Presidential Candidate Newt Gingrich explained when he was on the campaign trail, that many students have become a slacker: “Students take fewer classes per semester. They take more years to get through.” Dr. Green has done extensive research on assisting today’s college student.  Each year, he visits universities where he talks with college administrators, students, faculty, and other supporters. He offers lectures and student mentoring.  Dr. Green argues that parents can make a difference for their child’s outcome: “Regardless of where you stand on today’s college students, it is clear that some intervention is necessary if the students are to be successful in this troubled market.” 

Dr. Green says that students should hit the job market early as a freshman by signing up in the school’s career center.  However, he has found that many students don’t even know job career services are provided on campus until they are seniors.  Dr. Green explains, “We have got to do a better job of career preparation. Experience is everything.  Some parents may need to at least know their child is taking the basis steps.” His last book, Job Strategies for the 21st Century: How to Assist Today’s College Students during Economic Turbulence, has been rated number one on Amazon.com. The book provides practical solutions to the challenges today’s college students face as they struggle to find employment in an unstable economy. 

Dr. Green argues, “I think we have not adequately prepared this generation for economic downturns. It requires a mental toughness that most parents have shielded their child from by solving the adult child’s problems.”  Dr. Green makes himself available to speak or consult to universities, community groups, and parents who desire to make their students more competitive for future job opportunities.

Job Strategies for the 21st Century is available online at Amazon.com and other book retailers. You can also view the book trailer on Youtube.com at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_LKEMrIweA. Dr. Green is available for media interviews. For more information about the book or the authors, please contact Donna Gilliard at 865-216-9209 or visit Dr. Green on his website, www.darylgreen.org.

About the Author
Dr. Daryl Green is a management strategist and nationally-recognized author who has been noted and quoted in major media outlets, including USA Today, Associated Press, Ebony, and BET. He is an adjunct professor at Lincoln Memorial University, and a former faculty member at Knoxville College. Green has spent more than 20 years assisting organizations and individuals with making good decisions.

Donna Gilliard

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