If you’re like many recent college graduates in the United States, you’ve noticed that the job market isn’t quite what it used to be. After experiencing four years of freedom living on your own, it may be time to consider a variety of ways to start cutting back on spending. One of the top manners to save, and one that is becoming increasingly more popular, during long and troublesome job hunts is to head home to live with Mom and Dad. There’s no shame in it, and even the snickers are fewer and farther between than in the past. The stigma of living at home has faded to a high degree, because most of the world of young professionals is in the same boat.Some of the hardest parts of heading back home can be smoothing over the day to day living with your Parents. The rules are likely to apply again, and it will take a while to get adjusted to your newfound adult freedoms, while simultaneously respecting the wishes of your parents, who after all are very kind to invite you back. Besides figuring out the new rules, there is always the challenge of nudging your Parents to add new bills to the monthly inventory. One example is pushing for the foods you’ve grown accustomed to eating. Another may be paying for the technological services you’re used to living with.While television can fall by the wayside, many young people are hard pressed to live without high speed internet. Not only is it a modern convenience, but for completing tasks like job hunts, or even finding some work from home in the meantime, it’s a necessity. Spending the time and money to be out of the house at an internet café every day can be as expensive as renting a place of your own, and defeats the purpose. However, for parents who aren’t particularly internet literate, the dial-up service they’ve had since you were 13 might be enough.Instead of picking fights, try pushing some of the finer points of switching to high speed internet. Let them know that today there are options, like DSL, cable, and satellite internet service. While your parents may still only be using basic browsing and email services, it’s likely because they’ve never had the luxury of experiencing high speed broadband service. Why not try presenting some well organized information about satellite broadband and all the benefits. A great selling point is the high speed of download, up to 50 to 75 times faster than dial-up, and the always on convenience. Instead of having to “dial in” every time they want to check an email or see what the weather will be like, it’s completely possible to just sit down and search. That’s a convenience anyone can appreciate.Even though you might be without a career, for the time being, you can still practice your negotiating skills. Begin with a campaign to wire your house with satellite internet. There are no basic requirements besides a clear view of the southern sky to start enjoying fast, reliable, satellite internet broadband.