Childcare Jobs

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Childcare Jobs for Teens and Students

You may think that working with children is all fun and games, but today’s childcare sector has changed tremendously since Mary Poppins was in business.  Babysitting in the 21st century involves so much more than simply watching over children; potential babysitters are often required by parents to undergo a thorough interview process while verifying your credentials just to get your foot in the door.  Even after all that, if you can’t keep your composure when handling a few screaming kids, then you’ll be out of a job before you even get started.

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Handling Conflicts with a Teenage Worker

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There are many advantages to employing teenage workers, which is why so many companies and businesses choose to do so.  Teenagers are energetic, fast learners, affordable, and rarely show signs of employee burn-out due to their fresh entry into the workforce.  On the other hand, there are issues that tend to arise in the workplace that are only common when employing teenage workers.  How you as an employer handle these situations can determine whether you retain good teenage help for years to come, or whether you have to permanently install a “For Hire” sign at the front door.

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Art Tutor – Visual Art, Music, Creative Writing Jobs

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Art Tutor – Visual Art, Music, Creative Writing Jobs

Were you forced to take piano lessons as a kid?  Maybe you’ve got a talent for drawing or painting that is undeniable, but you’re not sure how to turn it into a job or career.  Natural talents in the arts are gifts that should be shared with the world, and there are plenty of people out there that are willing to pay for your training, advice, and insight into different artistic fields.  You can actually build a great business by applying your natural abilities to a solid work ethic.

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The world’s best cities for millennial age group: #1 Berlin, #2 Montreal, #3 London and #4 New York

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The world’s best cities for millennial age group: #1 Berlin, #2 Montreal, #3 London and #4 New York

The world’s best cities for millennials have been revealed in a new study – and it is Berlin that takes the top spot.

The study looked at factors such as housing affordability, quality of nightlife, the economy, immigration tolerance and youth migration.

And it found that the German capital beats the likes of London, which is in third place, Manchester (10th), New York (8th) and even Melbourne (21st).

The research, by apartment search engine Nestpick, focused on the four main areas of the business ecosystem, the essentials (housing, food and so on), openness, and recreation, ranking factors on a scale of 1 (low) to 10 (high).

And it found the world’s top city based on this is cosmopolitan Berlin, with a 24/7 nightlife, a thriving start-up scene and gender equality with a strong LGBT community.

 

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Berlin also receives a 10 out of 10 ranking for its nightlife scene and also scores highly on factors including food, transport, immigration tolerance, festivals and, of course, beer.

Coming in second is the Canadian city of Montreal, which scores particularly highly on immigration tolerance, being LGBT friendly and its festival scene.

 

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The first UK city on the list is third-place London, which is praised for its flourishing start-up scene, respect for personal freedom and choice and ready access to contraception.

Amsterdam comes in fourth, living up to its laid back reputation. It scores 10 for respect for personal freedom and choice and noted for its gender equality and festivals.

Rounding off the top five is the second Canadian city on the list – Toronto, which also impressed with its business start-up scene.

Coming in sixth is Vancouver, also in Canada, followed by Barcelona, while New York City, in eighth, is the only US city in the top ten.

Rounding off the top 10 is another German city, Cologne, in ninth and just beating Manchester.

The first city in Australia to appear on the list is Melbourne at 21, beating the likes of Sydney (24th), Adelaide (66th), Brisbane (73rd), Canberra (94th) and Perth (99th).

Packed with bustling laneway bars and late night hot spots, Melbourne scores a stellar 9.8 for nightlife. It is also rated 9.3 for immigration tolerance and 9.1 for respect for personal freedom and choice.

Other UK cities to make the full list of 110 cities are Bristol (12th), Glasgow (19th), Birmingham (23rd), Edinburgh (58th) and Coventry (63rd).

While US cities also highly rated are San Francisco (13th), Austin (14th), Miami (16th), Los Angeles (29th), Portland (34th), Chicago (35th), Philadelphia (45th), Denver (51st), Boston (69th), Seattle (72nd), Washington D.C (74th).

 

Here is the full list of the world top cities attracting young talent:

1. Berlin, Germany

2. Montréal, Canada

3. London, United Kingdom

4. Amsterdam, Netherlands

5. Toronto, Canada

6. Vancouver, Canada

7. Barcelona, Spain

8. New York City, USA

9. Cologne, Germany

10. Manchester, United Kingdom

11. Hamburg, Germany

12. Bristol, United Kingdom

13. San Francisco, USA

14. Austin, USA

15. Paris, France

16. Miami, USA

17. Munich, Germany

18. Lisbon, Portugal

19. Glasgow, United Kingdom

20. Madrid, Spain

21. Melbourne, Australia

22. Ottawa, Canada

23. Birmingham, United Kingdom

24. Sydney, Australia

25. Prague, Czech Republic

26. Vienna, Austria

27. Québec City, Canada

28. Auckland, New Zealand

29. Los Angeles , USA

30. São Paulo, Brazil

31. Frankfurt, Germany

32. Buenos Aires, Argentina

33. Mexico City, Mexico

34. Portland, USA

35. Chicago, USA

36. Nantes, France

37. Budapest, Hungary

38. Copenhagen, Denmark

39. Santiago de Chile, Chile

40. Bogotá, Colombia

41. Valencia, Spain

42. Bangkok, Thailand

43. Dublin, Ireland

44. Lyon, France

45. Philadelphia, USA

46. Helsinki, Finland

47. Antwerp, Belgium

48. Porto, Portugal

49. Beijing, China

50. Stockholm, Sweden

51. Denver, USA

52. Toulouse, France

53. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

54. Medellín, Colombia

55. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

56. Graz, Austria

57. Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR

58. Edinburgh, United Kingdom

59. Guadalajara, Mexico

60. Lille, France

61. Rotterdam, Netherlands

62. Taipei, Taiwan

63. Coventry, United Kingdom

64. Moscow, Russia

65. Seoul, South Korea

66. Adelaide, Australia

67. Brussels, Belgium

68. Zurich, Switzerland

69. Boston, USA

70. Oslo, Norway

71. Monterrey, Mexico

72. Seattle, USA

73. Brisbane, Australia

74. Washington, D.C., USA

75. The Hague, Netherlands

76. Shanghai, China

77. Utrecht, Netherlands

78. Seville, Spain

79. Tel Aviv, Israel

80. Montpellier, France

81. Tokyo, Japan

82. Warsaw, Poland

83. Bordeaux, France

84. Singapore, Singapore

85. Istanbul, Turkey

86. Marseille, France

87. Wellington, New Zealand

88. Christchurch, New Zealand

89. Granada, Spain

90. Gothenburg, Sweden

91. Lima, Peru

92. Cork, Ireland

93. Groningen, Netherlands

94. Canberra, Australia

95. Brno, Czech Republic

96. Rome, Italy

97. Osaka, Japan

98. Bucharest, Romania

99. Perth, Australia

100. Athens, Greece

101. Milan, Italy

102. Venice, Italy

103. Bergen, Norway

104. Cape Town, South Africa

105. Innsbruck, Austria

106. Bern, Switzerland

107. Jerusalem, Israel

108. Bruges, Belgium

109. Geneva, Switzerland

110. Bologna, Italy

 

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Customer Service from Home – Online Jobs

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Customer Service from Home – Online Jobs

Think about the last time you were on the phone with a customer service representative.  Now try to picture where those people work.  You probably imagine them talking to you from a bland cubicle in a huge office building somewhere, fluorescent lighting beaming down from the ceiling and lighting up the pictures of their families on their otherwise boring desks… doesn’t sound like a great place to work, does it?

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Elder Care and Household Assistant Jobs

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Elder Care and Household Assistant Jobs

Some of us have grandparents that don’t have any trouble getting around.  In fact, you may have older relatives that seem to be more active than you are!  Unfortunately, part of getting older usually means needing a lot more help around the house, even when completing basic chores and tasks.  If you’re the type of person that loves spending time around the greatest generation, then maybe you should think about working as a household assistant for someone who could truly use a little help in his or her day-to-day life.

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Why Should You Consider to Become a Mechanic Today?

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Can teens become a mechanical hand in a mechanic shop?!

Some employers don’t necessarily care about a formal education: whether or not you’ve got a degree hanging on the wall, what your GPA is, or where you went to school doesn’t matter to them.  Many employers just have problems on the job that they need resolved, and qualified staff that can help them resolve them.  One such occupation is that of the mechanical handyman.  If you’ve got a knack for fixing things that other people are baffled by, then perhaps you should think about turning your talent into an occupation.

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Retail & Distribution Channels

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Retail Jobs for Teenagers and Students

If you’ve got a friend that works at a popular restaurant, another that works at a supermarket, and a third that sells sporting goods, then they’ve all got something in common (besides your friendship): they’re all working in the retail industry.  Retail jobs can range from waitressing to stocking shelves, but they all have similar aspects that are important to consider if you’re looking for a job in this sector.

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Golden Rules to Earn Money Online Without Investment

There is a lot more to earning money online that what meets the eye. The equation isn’t simply driven by a motivation to rake the cash in. There are several other factors that commingle and influence each other to create an addiction for this particular stream of income. And the most lucrative of these is the fact that the initial financial outlay or expense can be next to nothing. If you possess a functioning laptop, a broadband connection and a desire to try out the new and the untested, you can easily earn a decent sum of money every month. What’s decent for professionals becomes downright alluring for college students who wish to supplement their pocket money or take the load off their parents and contribute to their own education.

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