Once your child earns her college degree and no longer has to attend classes on a campus far away from home, she'll be on her own out in the real world. For any twenty-something, this can be a nerve-wracking time, as you may already know from experiencing this yourself.
However, there are a few ways you can keep your daughter from becoming overwhelmed at the prospect of life after college. First, let her know that a job may not immediately come to her, and this is completely acceptable. Encourage her to continue applying in her career field to keep her motivated as she looks for her first position.
Next, Lifehack recommends that all college grads network as soon as they leave school - earlier if possible. Help your child get in touch with people in her field or refer her to friends as she starts out on her own.
Finally, contact a psychic line if you're worried about what the future holds for your college graduate. Telephone psychics can give you insight into how your daughter will adjust to life on her own once she lands a job.