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Welcome parents! This topic is for anyone looking for advice on managing childcare or balancing parenthood while working / job searching
Braylon Randall
5 months ago
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My kid needs a job

I feel bad things are def NOT the same as when I was young especially in this new world we have goin on. She just turned 16 and was so excited to start applying for some jobs. Now that is all on pause. What can a 16 year old do during the Coronavirus to make money?

#coronavirus #jobsearch

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A T
2 months ago
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Hello! My name is Ariyana and I'm 21 years old. I've just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from FIT and I’m looking for a job anywhere. I have experience as a childcare worker! And I'm willing to work long hours if necessary! Thanks for reading it's a scary world out there. Stay safe <3 #coronavirus #jobsearch #hiringnews #retail #firstjob #babysitter #childcare #artist

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Ford Simpson
5 months ago
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Talking about the virus with children

We want the children to be safe but not isolated from each other. Hard to explain the 6 feet of separation to kids who just want to be kids.Any advice is welcome,Ford

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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
5 months ago
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What is the #Coronavirus stimulus package??

This is about to be the most substantial economic stimulus measure in modern history. Here are five significant takeaways.

  1. The government will send $1,200 in direct payments to taxpayers with incomes up to $75,000/year. Families will receive an additional $500 per child.

  2. Unemployment benefits will grow and be available to many more Americans. Expansion of the benefits will extend job insurance by 13 weeks and include a four-month enhancement of benefits. It has been broadened to include gig workers and freelancers!!

  3. Small businesses are eligible to receive emergency loans if they pledge NOT to lay off their workers. Loans would be forgiven if the employer continued to pay workers for the duration of the crisis.

  4. Larger companies can receive a government bailout loan, but there are several strings attached.

  5. Struggling hospitals will receive aid. $100 billion will be available to hospitals and health systems across the country. It also includes billions more to provide personal and protective equipment and increases support for health care workers, testing supplies, and new construction to house affected patients.

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Marie Birch
5 months ago
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Homeschool help for parents

I'm a teacher and this #coronavirus has messed up A LOT of things--school included!!

I know parents are struggling with homeschooling their kids while trying to balance work and everything else. Here are some teacher-approved resources to help you out...

Khan Academy Kids - https://learn.khanacademy.org/khan-academy-kids/

Scholastic Learn at Home - https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

Google Arts & Culture - https://artsandculture.google.com/

DreamBox - https://www.dreambox.com/at-home

Writing Legends - https://www.writinglegends.com/

Backpack Sciences - https://www.backpacksciences.com/science-simplified

GoNoodle - https://www.gonoodle.com/

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Mark Bryan
3 months ago
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Melinda Guinther
5 months ago
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I am a senior level executive office manager. Just lost my job. Single mother of three children. Never been unemployed for over 40 years. Absolutely insane how everything is done online, no face to face. How do companies find good help? HR departments DON’T call you back. I have a BA degree in Business. Need a job quickly!

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about 1 month ago
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14 and Ready For A Job!

I'm Chloe Whitt, I am 14 and waiting for a babysitting opportunity in my area of Leesburg, FL 32159. I love kids and am a responsible person who isn't afraid of getting their hands a little dirty! I have had a past summer job at my father's place of work and have done very well there. I am excited about your response!

#firstjob #childcare #14yearsold #babysitting

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Matthew Ireland
Community Specialist
5 months ago
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City of Boston - Emergency Childcare for Frontline Workers

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