9 Ways for Parents to Help Their Job-Hunting Kids

Here are nine ways to help get your new college grad off the couch and into the workforce.

It’s graduation season, a mixed blessing for many parents. On one hand, their children are finally finished with school, and the last tuition payment has been made. On the other, there’s a good chance their son or daughter is heading back home without a first job nailed down.

For all of the parents who are concerned that their child may lose focus while waiting for a job offer, don’t fret. Here are nine ways to help get your new college grad off the couch and into the workforce.

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Liz Ryan
Contributing Columnist, Kiplinger.com