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Steps to Build Plan
  Step 1 - Adjust to reality
  Step 2 - Find a job
  Step 3 - Develop financial plan
  Step 4 - Act now
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Some colleges do an excellent job preparing students for the real world, and organize job fairs, career days, etc. that help a student both decide what to do and also help them find a job. Other colleges don't offer much assistance in this area, or perhaps the students just don't want to think about it yet. Whatever the result, the new college graduate may have a job already lined up, and they will simply need some assistance in preparing for this new challenge. Or, the new college graduate may not have a job, and still may not even know what they want to do with their life. Whichever is the case, now is the time for the child/adult to get a job and begin being responsible for themselves in many ways.

If the student needs a job, there are plenty of Internet resources for searching job opportunities and uploading resumes. Meanwhile, there are local places to work, and it's recommended for everyone's sanity, that the child go to work, recognizing that it is just temporary until the right job is located.

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