|Name Daniel Seddiqui|
|Books 50 Jobs in 50 States: One Man's Journey of Discovery Across America|
Education University of Southern California, University of Oregon
Daniel seddiqui 50 jobs in 50 states
Daniel Seddiqui is a job-hunting expert and cultural analyst. Daniel has formed Living the Map, which raises awareness of the varying cultures, careers, and environments across the country through outreach, educational endeavors, and community building. Living the map encourages those to explore the world around them, to understand and respect one another and to make continuous discoveries to better themselves.
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Many international and national media outlets featured his story, including CNN, Fox News, World News Tonight, National Public Radio, Today Show, C-SPAN, MSNBC, Newsweek, Los Angeles Times, New York Post, New York Daily News, Associated Press, YAHOO!, Weather Channel, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun Times, Golf Digest, Time Magazine, Inc. Magazine, Forbes, Oakland Tribune, Runner's World, San Francisco Chronicle, among others.
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Drop Me In! is an education endeavor which leads Daniel into the secluded and struggling regions of America to confront the everyday challenges that many Americans face. Regions he covers are to be announced on his website.
50 Jobs in 50 States Daniel has worked 50 different jobs in 50 states in 50 weeks, followed by a book, titled "50 Jobs in 50 States- One Man's Journey of Discovery across America." It was published by Berrett-Koehler Publishing and has been released March 2011. Of the many jobs, Daniel has been a lobsterman in Maine, a cheesemaker in Wisconsin, a park ranger in Wyoming, high school football coach in Alabama, and a rodeo announcer in South Dakota.
Daniel graduated from the University of Southern California in 2005 with a degree in economics. He was also a track star at both the University of Oregon and USC.
Unable to find a job in his chosen field after college, Daniel envisaged the plan of working a different job in a different state each week. Not long thereafter, Daniel fulfilled his plan, each week working a job that manifested the culture and economy of the state through which he passed. Daniel completed his last job in September 2009 and now has released an internationally bestselling book to share his experiences. He is also working on a lecture circuit and semester program for college students to help find their interests and experience the different cultures and lifestyles of America.
Daniel has parlayed his experiences into a public speaking tour. He will be speaking at Champlain College (Burlington, VT), among many others, on September 29, 2013.
Daniel grew up in Los Altos, California.