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Amy Said,
May 1st, 2011 @3:13 pm  

What about watching kids at their families home? Sounds like you don’t need the stress of having to clean up after them.

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angela Said,
May 1st, 2011 @4:00 pm  

Are there any day cares in your area? Check and see if they are hiring. If you don’t want to work in a day care then see what jobs are advertised in your area and start applying. Go to http://www.careerbuilder.com, http://www.monster.com, hot jobs through yahoo and look in the local paper. There might even be civilian jobs on the base.

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smurfette Said,
May 1st, 2011 @4:28 pm  

How about tutoring? You could fit the hours around your schooling, and the fact that you’re so experienced, and currently studying a teaching degree would be enough qualification l should think. lt would also stand you in good stead for your future in teaching. Also, is there a daycare on your military base? They usually pay better than civilian centres, maybe you could work part time there. Another great option would be a children’s party hostess (although probably less demand), that would combine your experience hostessing and working with children. Good luck to you! Here is a link that runs through different childcare jobs:
http://www.nurseryjobsonly.com

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jellybean Said,
May 1st, 2011 @5:20 pm  

Go to wahm.com There are tons of jobs you can do from home and that are flexible. You can run a call center, be a virtual assistant, etc. Read through the message boards and email people. Everyone is very helpful.

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