Help them build credit. Instead of co-signing to help your child get a credit card get a secured credit card which requires a cash deposit, they’ll then be able to spend up to that amount. It is important that they build credit in order for them to ever be able to get a loan which is needed for any big purchase that they’ll inevitably have to make in the near future.

Call up friends and family members. Get in touch with friends of friends. Spend more time at the clubs and organizations you belong to. You never know what kind of doors they can open for you.

Edward Brewer sued Providence Hospital for failing to prevent him from raping a patient there. Yes, that’s right. He committed a crime and blamed the hospital for not stopping him.

As you near the end of college, you’ll start to realize you’re not going to be there forever. If you are smart, you’ll already have started deciding what you want to do next, such as attending graduate school, getting a professional job, or starting a business. There’s no way of knowing where you’ll end up for sure, but it will help a lot if you start making contacts both within the college and in the fields you want to pursue. Ask your professors, your career center counselors, alumni, whoever you can. You are so much more likely to get where you need to go if you know the right people.

Now you have your resume ready, now what? Now that you are unemployed, you will need to decide if the career path you were on is where you would like to continue. Did you have job satisfaction? Would you like to try something new? These are choices that must be made early on in your search. Once you explore and decide what career path you want to choose, think about the companies you would like to work with.

Teeth and Dental Care. Don’t let your dental health slide. Your dental health affects your overall health. At home, regular brushing and flossing with regular checkups and cleanings can keep expensive dentistry at bay.

Network with your neighbors. Seventy to eighty percent of jobs are found through networking, so get out there and talk to the people you know. Tell everyone you’re related to, everyone you see each day and everyone you meet (association members, friends of friends, airplane seatmates) that you are looking for a job and you’d love any advice or ideas they can provide. Most people are happy to offer some suggestions-or, even better, a hot lead.