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Welcome parents! This topic is for anyone looking for advice on managing childcare or balancing parenthood while working / job searching
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Mariah Bliss

Hi Colette: This is a great question! I think if you present your resume in a certain way, you'll probably be able to get a lot of interviews with employers outside of childcare. For example, taking care of kids requires a lot of organizational skills, multi-tasking, energy, etc. These are all skills that employers really need, so I'd highlight that on your resume first.

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GEORGIA BOLES

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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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Silvia Edwin
over 6 months ago

Nanny

Hi I am looking for a Nanny position as a live in or out in New York

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Sommer Jones
over 6 months ago

Desperately need help/

I am pregnant and currently working part time somewhere I really enjoy, however I am at the end of my pregnancy and I am running out of time and money. I've been looking for work at home opportunities for over a year now and nothing. All I need is a part-time gig, but I will put my all into it, baby and all. I am having some serious issues now and the extra income is needed sorely. I have a Bachelors of Science in Social Science. I was in the military. currently work for a non profit, and excellent sales experience. Please, I have 3 other children. I need help...sorry..

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Bryan Pluguez
over 6 months ago

Bryan Pluguez

I have applied to amazon twice. The first time I had no babysitter and the second time I got hired but they said I wasn't rehirable. Could anyone fix that?

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Dorothy Davis
over 6 months ago

Healthcare Administrator, Professional Childcare manager

I am looking for employment to occupy my time, commitment, experience, and leadership abilities by offering excellent professional care and services to the Health care and Childcare business.

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claire tremblay
over 6 months ago

Seeking Full time job in Chandler,Arizona.

I have worked since the age of 16,in many different fields, Retail, Restaurants, Retirement homes,Daycares. I speak and write in French. I work very well in teams,or alone.

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Perla Melgoza
over 6 months ago

Housekeeper, babysitter, dog walker ect....

Any one intresting please contact me. Area: Roma Tx, Zapata Tx, and Laredo Tx,

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dalia pinon
over 6 months ago

Housekeeper, babysitter, dog walker

I'm very good with kids and animals. I need a job ...

Daliapinon27@yahoo.com

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Danielle Smith
over 6 months ago

8 Tips for Choosing ChildCare

Childcare is one of those things that can be very difficult for us. Trusting our children with people we don't know is frightening.

I found this great article on choosing child care.

The link is: http://www.parents.com/baby/childcare/basics/tips-for-choosing-child-care/

I particularly liked the advice to look down It is so crucial to see how people interact with the children.

Also, I really liked the one that says "go with your gut." That's also very good advice. #childcare

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