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Nicole Silva
over 6 months ago

Single mother

I am a single mother of three and need to find a job fast. What are good relyable jobs that have flexible hours so i can work while my kids are at school?

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Alexandria Lucas
2 months ago

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
3 months ago

Long time stay at home mom looking for full-time job after almost 20 years of not employed

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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Anita Jacquet
over 6 months ago

Spotty work history

I need some serious advice on how to make my resume a potential employer won't toss into the trash because of my work history. I spent most of my adult life raising a daughter who was born with cerebral palsy by myself. No support except state pay childcare and financial assistance, and back then (she's 18 now) daycare workers weren't trained to work with dd children and when they had trouble with dealing with her, they would call me prety frequently at work to pick her up, which created lots of attendance issues and lots of pressure to either stay at work and keep my job but lose my child to CPS or go pick her up and lose my job. So what I need to know is how do I get the employers to look past my start and end dates and look at what I did and how I contributed?

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Sk Silva
over 6 months ago

Please let me work...I can do practically anything

I am a single mother and had brain surgery and couple years ago. Until recently, I was unable to work and my memory is spotty to say the least. I just began earning a little money online from freelancing and I need help. I am willing to work extremely hard and am tired of being told I'm a liability. I have taught myself to create websites, I have been in Virtual Assistant/Clerical environments and put my all into everything I do. I love helping people and here's what I need your help with please. My grandparents helped my son and I so much financially after the brain surgery. My 93 year old grandpa is gonna have to get heart surgery on February 24th, 2016 and I have been unable to become successful or even get my son and I a place to live and I promised myself I would do everything I can to show him and my grandma that their help means the world to me. I need them to know things with my son and I will be OK and that I can take care of it.

Does anyone have any suggestions or jobs that need someone's immediate help? Anything that pays will do, I can do almost anything and I will be grateful for any work.

I'm sorry, but I have only a week and I know people have their own problems t deal with and they probably don't think someone who had brain surgery and is considered a liability to most would be of any use. But I am desperate and will never forgive myself if I can't put his mind at ease knowing we'll be alright before his surgery.

I will make everyone who is nice enough to help proud to have done so. Please forward to anyone who might let me work immediately. I work online so I can virtually assist anyone in the world. If this goes nowhere I still can't give up. I will make my success out of nothing but determination, hard work and always continuing forward.

Thank you in advance to anyone that has taken the time to read my cries for help. Please feel free to respond with any info. Thank you.

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Beverly Felton
over 6 months ago

stay at home mom

I have been a stay at home mom for the past 5 years with a short term job for 3 months in 2012. Why am I having such a hard time seeking employment

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Mariela Lara De Acuna
over 6 months ago

I am a mom, my son Alan is 1 year old

Hello I am new in this comunity, I need a job Somebody can help me with tips, I speak English and Spanish

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Monique Dobson
over 6 months ago

Hi

Is this site to help moms find jobs

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Debra Andrews
over 6 months ago

Mom heading back to work

I’ve been out of the workforce for a few years and just getting back into it after my divorce. I have three kids and I want to make sure they’re supported. What’s the best way to show employers I’m a hard worker? I’m worried my resume has too much of a gap.

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Carrie Manrique
over 6 months ago

Unfair and favoritism

I work in retail and have been told for almost 10 years that I could not get full time because of my availability. I am a single mom with no family or friends to help raise my child. So I have been passed by and looked over, but I stayed because positions are flexible. Well now a girl has been with the same company just over 2 years, got a lead position and is allowed to bring her child to work!!!!! I am so angry. I don't know what to do. Try calling corporate and they just refer me back to my store coach who by the way already knows about the child being there. What should I do?!?!

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