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Who needs a ‘real’ job? Not author Scott Gerber! (Interview)


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Scott Gerber

Scott Gerber puts into words what a lot of people need to hear:


Not everybody is going to succeed in Corporate America – and more than a few of you are foolish to even try.





He’s not calling you a loser – that would be your father’s job. He’s saying there is another way to go about pursuing a job, a career, a life – something that fits you best, but doesn’t necessarily fit into your parents’ definition of a job.


In his new book, Never Get a Real Job, Gerber presents an unorthodox approach to the working life. As a guy who has always gone his own way – but for two very short-lived jobs working for someone else – I enjoyed his candor and his advice.


Gerber will probably be the first to tell you that no book of this kind can be a perfect one-size-fits-all. But for a lot of people foundering in dead-end jobs for faceless corporations, reading Never Get a Real Job just might light a fire. You might figure out the right career move for yourself and get some solid tips on how to achieve it.


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Hear it now!SCOTT GERBER audio excerpt: “Nobody even talks about why young people now more than ever need to be entrepreneurial. It blows my mind! What rock are these people living under?” 






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You can LISTEN to this interview with SCOTT GERBER, author of NEVER GET A REAL JOB, by clicking the audio player above!


Bob Andelman is the author or co-author of 10 books, including ‘The Profiler’ with Pat Brown, ‘Built From Scratch’ with the founders of The Home Depot, and ‘Will Eisner: A Spirited Life.’ • Follow Bob on Twitter or Facebook.


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