Are You A Helicopter Parent?

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(KTVI) -  It's common for parents to hover over their kids when they're young, but once they receive their college diploma, experts say it's time to back off.  Ann Larson with "The Interview Experience" offers advice to 'helicopter parents' who follow their kids from diapers to diplomas.

Advice for helicopter's parent when your child is seeking employment:

  • Don`t write their resume, fill out applications, or write their LinkedIn profile
  • Don`t network for them
  • Don`t send out their resumes
  • Don`t call or contact recruiters, potential employers or attend a job fair on their behalf
  • Don`t negotiate on their behalf
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