Bettina Seidman

Bettina Seidman

Career Management Coach and Outplacement Consultant at SEIDBET Associates

Location:
P.O. Box 147, New York City, New York, United States

General Information

Experience

President,  - Gramercy Square Strategic Solutions

President  - Career Counselors Consortium

Education

BA  - Psychology , 

M.B.A.  - 

Affiliations

Senior Outplacement Consultant  - Ayers Group/Kelly Services

Board Member of the New York Chapter  - International Association of Career Management Professionals

Corporate Secretary and Founding Member  - Career Gear

Part-Time Instructor  - Baruch College

Part-Time Instructor  - New York University

Part-Time Instructor  - Marymount Manhattan College

Member  - Association for Psychological Type International Inc

Board Member  - New York Association of Career Management Professionals

Member  - American Women's Ecomonic Development Corporation

Corporate Secretary and Founding Member  - Co-Chair Speaker's Bureau New York Chapter International Coaching Federation

Recent News  

"The reality of working with a team, where colleagues have a variety of thoughts and ideas that need to be respected, is often new to grads," says Bettina Seidman, founder of Seidbet Associates, a career-management firm in New York City.

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Bettina Seidman
Career Coach, SEIDBET Associates

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"It is very difficult for college students and graduate students to continue their studies in the economic environment in which we currently live," said Bettina Seidman, Career Management Coach at SEIDBET Associates.
The cold hard facts of underemployment and unemployment for Millennials proves Seidman's assessment true. Despite the ongoing economic recovery, recent graduates still face difficult career opportunities. Still though, Seidman gave the government its due credit for assisting students and parents by making college more affordable, albeit now at variable interest rates. She fears, however, that these interest rates will rise and force students to postpone career choices, thus bringing a further strain on the economy's ability to thrive. While Seidman and other experts raised valid concerns about the Senate's deal, other experts praised the agreement's success and the action of the Senate to lower student loan interest rates.

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