Career Counseling Connecticut was started with a distinct mission: help people find work that makes them feel happy and successful. I started the company prior to The Great Recession of 2008. During the relatively good economic times, I saw that many of my young clients from The Learning Consultants, the parent company of Career Counseling Connecticut, having matriculated to or graduated from college, were suffering as they tried to figure out what they wanted to do when they grew up.  Back then, I thought it odd that parents had invested enormous sums of money into their children’s education, including tutoring from The Learning Consultants, but had invested nothing or next to nothing in helping their children figure out what they were going to do with their education. I understood the reason:  Through the 80s/90s/00s, parents mistakenly conflated the decision to invest in their children’s education as an investment in their career path because back when jobs were aplenty, it seemed that most everyone “figured it out” and was gainfully employed post college.  This is no longer the case.  The world has radically changed and other than those in specialized fields where the major is essentially the same as job (i.e. accounting or nursing), most every college student and young post college graduate has no idea what they want to do. So, if you are a parent of a college student or twentysomething, why should you invest in Career Counseling Connecticut. One, if at some point, you paid for tutoring in algebra II or some other subject that proved to be irrelevant related to your child’s career path, then the investment of a few dollars into career advisory services seems like an easy comparative decision. Two, what I call the New World of Work, is so confusing – perhaps even more so for parents of twentysomethings – that young adults have few credible career advisors and three, unfortunately, they are facing the most the combination of a crazy new work world and the aftermath of the Coronavirus crisis. Career Counseling Connecticut can help: contact us anytime.