While giving it all that you've got is certainly encouraged, what if there's something inherently wrong with how the candidate presents themselves? How can they manage the way their professional career goes if they aren't managing themselves properly?
I could have skipped the 500 resumes if I had better understood the importance of networking. I get frustrated watching some people try to network. They get too aggressive, telling people they need a job rather than letting businesses know why they should be hired.
Summer is approaching and your twenty something is graduating. The last thing you want is your twenty something using their lack of experience and the slow job market as an excuse to lay on the couch watching reality TV.