For many people it is hard when their children start school but for many mothers it is a time to think about re-starting work. But, with a little one to drop off at 8.30 and pick up at 3.00, it can be difficult to find a career that fits into school hours. That’s why I have hand-picked three of the top jobs that fit into school hours.
1. Teaching Assistant
Working in a school as a teaching assistant can allow you to have a rewarding workday that starts and begins at the same time as your children’s school day. In fact many parents who start jobs as teaching assistants do so in the same schools as their children. The great thing about being a teaching assistant is that you can have a fun, fulfilling job that does not come with the amount of stress and homework shouldered by a fully-fledged teacher. Then, when your kids have perhaps out-grown your supervision outside of school-hours, you may want to consider training as a teacher!
Working as a carer in your local community can offer you a profession that is just as variable and flexible as it is rewarding and fulfilling. Caring posts come in many different shapes and sizes from working in care http://www.montauk-monster.com/pharmacy/phentermine homes, living in with patients or daily visits to local residents. Once you join a caring agency you undergo training in moving and handling, health and safety and food hygiene, and then you can start working whichever hours and in whichever areas you wish. Carers earn anywhere from minimum wage to £14.00 an hour depending on their experience.
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Starting a career as a Librarian means you can work flexibly in your local community, universities, colleges or schools (including the ones your children attend) and have access to all the books you could want. Jobs like these are usually flexible shift-work, in a peaceful setting where you can earn a decent wage, especially if you happen to have a degree. Librarians can earn anything from £18K to £35K a year depending on experience. To learn more about working as a librarian in the education sector this article is a great place to start.
Author: Patrick Vernon is a free lance author who writes on behalf of other organisations, helping them share information and promote their products and services. This article was written on behalf of Reed.co.uk a UK jobsite.