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Diana Santos
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over 6 months ago

Ready to work need to have some type of income flowing #workfromhome #backtoworkmoms

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Alexandria Lucas
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I’m a stay at home mom and now that my son is in school I would like a at home job. I don’t drive due to a car accident I was in and I need to do something more with my time. Please help me. #workfromhome #backtoworkmoms

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diana miller
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over 6 months ago

I am a stay at home mom, late 40s, looking for a full-time job now that my two children are in high school. After 20 years of being out of the workforce, I am concerned that no one will hire me.
I have a bachelor's degree in social work and was certified to teach grades 1-4. My teaching certification expired after 5 years. I was parent volunteer at my children's elementary school for 5 years.
What full-time jobs are available for me at this time? #advice #workfromhome #education #fulltime #backtoworkmoms #retail #interview #jobsearch

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Amanda Aiello
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over 6 months ago

I'm a stay at home mom who is about to go through a divorce and need a work from home job. Something flexible with benefits in PA. #workfromhome #customerservice #backtoworkmoms #hiring #fulltime

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Dora Floyd
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over 6 months ago

Just looking for some tips on getting a good part time office or work from home job: I was a stay at home mom for years and have worked sporadically in manufacturing, carpet mills and general labor. I have had a couple office jobs but was years ago so not a huge amount of experience to put down and being in early 40's I am competing with younger people who have more experience so please any tips and help greatly appreciated #backtoworkmoms #noexperience

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Crystal Burchett
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over 6 months ago

Anybody willing to help me get on my feet? I’m not a lazy bum I work really hard for everything and I got fired 3 months ago bc I work for family owned restaurant and things got personal and is ruining me bc he’s mad at me #references # #foodservices #advice #server #termination #drama #backtoworkmoms #discrimination

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Ashley Wilson
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Hi Crystal! I am sorry to hear that! I have worked in restaurants myself and there can be quite a bit of drama! What are you interested in doing now?

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Ashley Wilson
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Also if the owner is harassing you, please make sure to contact your local authorities!

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Helen Swainson
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over 6 months ago

One thing I would have loved to have at #The Summit Lighthouse, Montana was

I would have loved to be paid a salary and maybe receive some type of medical benefits such as dental and/or vision care. I volunteered because I was receiving social security benefits and received room and board, plus the environment was pristine and quiet. I needed that at that point in time - a sort of inner retreat. I’m hoping for a come-back now. Even though I’m a senior, I’m quite healthy and strong and my personality is energetic and cheerful. When I’m alone I love that also.
I have a variety of experiences but the ones I prefer are handling incoming mail (worked at American Express Plantation Fl., Capital Factors , Fort Lauderdale, Fl); temp work for Sam’s Club and mail room clerk at a flowers distribution plant in South Florida.
I prefer to enjoy the work I’m doing in a harmonious surroundings than focus on getting a big salary. I have recently moved back to Florida and don’t have a car - only a bike- so I need something close enough that I can ride to work. After awhile I could get a car. #florida #backtoworkmoms

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over 6 months ago

" The cost of center-based child care — as opposed to family child care — jumped by 44 percent." - Politico

The high cost of child care and lack of paid leave are serious issues for working parents. How do we encourage employers to offer more child care benefits?

#jobsearch #hiringnews #backtoworkmoms #applications #workingparents #backtowork

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Carlos Holmes
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Higher pay

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James Uttor
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yeah that is a good question ,am encouraging parents to avoid marriage many wives so that they may be able to afford their families with the little they have despite of the economic crisis.

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Amanda Snyder
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