bizMe.Biz Launches Career Resource for Young
Free Online Magazine Provides Career, Financial, and Lifestyle Coaching and Mentoring
April 07, 2010 06:03 AM Eastern Daylight Time
MILWAUKEE--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Published monthly, bizMe (www.bizme.biz) features experts
who share their career knowledge and wisdom – giving the Gen Y “bizgal” that competitive confidence and business
poise to help direct her career ambition and develop her professional image.
BizMe targets recent college graduates whose first step towards building their career has never been more important.
BizMe features nine intuitive categories from fashion to fitness to finance, with a variety of sub-topics that match
every phase of a young woman’s professional career path.
In a survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (September, 2009), college graduates who
found a job dropped more than 31 percent from 2007 to 2009, with less than 20 percent finding a job. A generation
experiencing a greater unemployment rate than the country as a whole is thirsty for insight on critical topics facing
young professionals such as key interview skills, budgeting her paycheck, and creating a personal brand.
Amanda Guralski, 28, co-founder of bizMe knows her Gen Y audience and is quickly proving that her generation is
hungry for real-world advice on how to successfully navigate the relationship-driven world in corporate America.
“As young professionals, we desire guidance on this incredible path of moving from apprentice to experienced
employee,” says Amanda Guralski. “By providing continuous education from established business professionals,
combined with peer-to-peer coaching, we hope to arm this techno-charmed generation with the tools they need to
be successful in the working world,” adds Guralski.
In addition to featured experts and articles on bizMe, Amanda Guralski is also a contributor focused on coaching
young women to create, project, and protect their own personal brands. She ca