I was recently interviewed for a great article by Kim Girard from CBS Moneywatch.com
Here’s an excerpt:
If a year passes and your child is still a permanent fixture on the couch, it’s time for a change, especially if he or she isn’t putting in the time and effort to find a job and move out.
A career counselor, with fees that range between $500 and $2,000, may be worth the cost to get your child back on track. A counselor can assess your children’s skills, clean up their resumes, and create career-action plans to get them moving. Hallie Crawford, an Atlanta-based career counselor, says it’s often her job to push adult kids to take an entry-level job — even if it isn’t their dream job — to get them started.
If you think your child could benefit from working with a career coach, contact us for a free phone consultation.