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5 consideration when looking for a flexible job while the kids are in school.


I left my corporate job after my first child was born. My company was so great and wanted me to feel special, so they threw me a retirement party. At 30, I had no idea what was in store for the future, but retirement felt like the wrong word. I felt a piece of me I put "on hold" was burning inside again when school-time approached. I knew, for me, going back to work full-time with a high responsibility and demanding job was NOT what I wanted. It was important to me to still be around the kids when they were out of school and have the flexibility to attend events during the day if needed. And (last but certainly NOT least) I wanted some time to take care of me! Since then, I have been working part-time during school hours and have not had to sacrifice my family. Trying to balance everything seems daunting, but taking the time to lay down the foundation of what you want will take the pressure off if you’re feeling the itch to work again. I did it and so can you. Here's how.


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