Childcare Worker

After School Coordinator, After School Counselor, Assistant Teacher, Attendant, Au Pair, Baby Attendant   More Names
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A Day In The Life

Job Title: Licensed Home Child Care Type of Company: I take care of babies through grammar school. Education: High School Previous Experience: I worked with disabled children and a number of child care providers. I also worked at a local school. Best and Worst Parts of the Job: The best part is all the hugs and kisses you get. But the worst part is that parents can be difficult to deal with. They can give you a hard time about money and about picking up a sick child and coming on time to get them at the end of the day. And sometimes people don't think of you as having a real job. And a lot of the time you're alone with just the kids and have no adults to talk to. Job Tips: 1. Spend some time helping out at a day care center first. Or try a babysitting job. That would be a good place to start. Additional Thoughts: You must really love children and like to spend time with them.

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Career Snapshot

Typical Education:

High School or GED (HS)
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Percent Job Growth:

6% - Slower than average
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Typical Wages:

Annual: $18,680 - $25,490

Hourly: $9 - $12