When you have children and decide to work outside the home, you are going to need to find someone to take care of them while you are away. You may have a close friend or family member who can do this, or you may need to find another option. Before you make any decision, there are some things you should consider. Family or Friend While it might be less costly to have someone you know come to your home to care for your children, it might not be the best idea.
4 October 2017
Are you about to have a new baby? If this is your second time around, your first child is probably having mixed emotions. On one hand, he or she is probably very excited about having a little brother or sister to join your little family. On the other hand, he or she might feel a bit displaced after being an only child. From things you can do at home to enrolling your child in preschool, here are some things that might help your child to transition into being an older sibling.
18 August 2017
If you've always been interested in the world of pharmaceuticals but aren't sure you want to commit years to the rigorous college courses required to become a licensed pharmacist, you may be wondering whether there are any alternatives that will still allow you to work in this fast-paced and interesting environment. For some, a career as a pharmacy technician can provide the perfect sweet spot, allowing you to work in a pharmacy without requiring you to spend years in college or take out hefty student loans in the process.
25 July 2017
Every parent aims to provide their child with opportunity. However, there can be such a thing as too much opportunity when you're talking about preschoolers. When parents overcrowd their young child's schedule with too many activities, such as dance or soccer—it can backfire. Not sure if you're overloading your child's schedule? Here are a few signs that indicate, yes. Always Tired A child that is always tired is a warning sign parents should not ignore.
17 July 2017
Dental assistants educate dental patients, provide care, and assist hygienists and dentists in dental procedures. A career as a dental assistant in the US can earn you a median salary of $36,940 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Your career path, however, is not limited to doing chair-side procedures. Here are other fields where you can utilize your dental assisting skills. Specialty Practices If you are a graduate from an accredited college and have acquired relevant experience, you can move on from simple tasks such as sterilizing dental equipment to specialty practices including maxillofacial and oral surgery – correcting facial deformities and removing teeth –, and pediatric dentistry.
13 July 2017
If you are over 40 and feel like you are "stuck" in a career field that you no longer enjoy (or never enjoyed to begin with), then realize that it is not too late to make a career change. Many people over the age of 40 have had success beginning brand-new careers that they enjoy much more than their previous ones. However, careful planning is very important when making a career change over 40, because you want to ensure that the career you begin training for is one that you will not only love, but will also help you earn an income that will allow you to meet your retirement goals.
12 July 2017
So, you want to be a pilot? Great. The aviation industry provides competitive pay and access to roles in a variety of sectors. As you prepare for your journey through flight school, make sure you understand that what you learn in the classroom is only a part of your responsibility. There are several skills pilots-to-be can nurture outside the classroom that may prove to be helpful during school and their professional career.
21 June 2017