Elina Furman is a “thirty something” author, lecturer and
consultant living in New York City. She has written and cowritten
over 20 books, including Kiss and Run: The Single, Picky and
Indecisive Girl’s Guide to Overcoming Her Fear of Commitment
(Fireside, 2007), Boomerang Nation: How to Survive Living with
Your Parents the Second Time Around (Fireside, 2005), The
Everything After College Book (Adams Media, 1998),
Generation Inc.: 100 Best Businesses for Young
Entrepreneurs (Putnam Berkley, 2000), The Everything
Dating Book (Adams Media, 1999) and Reconcilable
Differences: 7 Essential Tips for Remaining Together from a Top
Matrimonial Lawyer (Simon and Schuster, 2002).
Furman’s lecture addresses the issues surrounding the increased
cost of living, weak job outlook, and exorbitant student loans,
which force more and more young adults to move back home rather
than brave life on their own. Elina Furman takes a hilarious,
informative and eye-opening look at how to survive and thrive at
home ... the second time around!
Filled with tales from the trenches and wisdom gleaned from her own
experience as a Boomeranger, Elina’s timely and informative
presentation combines audience interaction, visuals and startling
stats to help college graduates cope with the practical,
economical, emotional and psychological realities of moving back in
with Mom and Dad.
63% of U.S. college students plan to live at home after graduation,
18 million 18 – 34 year olds currently live with
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Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Little Theatre, Queens Campus
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