Jobs for stay at home mums? Statistics show that when parents decide one of them needs to stay at home with the children during their formative years, it is most often the mother who takes that role. If you find yourself in such a situation, you still might desire to work in order to bring in some extra family income. We think that's great! Jobs and careers for stay-at-home mums can help you achieve your financial and career goals without major disruptions to your family.
You might be looking for a new job because of:
Change in marital status
Change in your health
A move to another part of the country
A desire to do something different
You might decide to work as a stay-at-home mum in order to save money on childcare expenses, supplement the family income without the need for a full-time commitment, or just to keep up to date on your skills so you are prepared to re-enter the full-time workforce later on. It matters not to us why you want to work; it only matters that we can help you find the job you are after.
You Have Something to Offer
More and more, UK businesses are coming to the realisation that stay-at-home mums have a lot to offer. They are finding that both they and their stay-at-home workers can profit from a mutually beneficial relationship. That means stay-at-home work opportunities are becoming increasingly more popular. Remember, you do have a lot to offer to the workplace. Do not let your decision to be a stay-at-home mum discourage you from looking for work.
Types of Jobs Available
You need to understand that working at home is drastically different from going to an office every day. As such, the opportunities you will have as a stay-at-home mum might be somewhat limited. Nonetheless, there are many different types of jobs available. Most require at least minimal use of the telephone and the Internet – others do not.
Here is just a few of the possibilities you could look at: - See more at:
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The trick is to find that job that allows you the flexibility you need to care for your family. After all, that is why you have chosen to be a stay-at-home mum. You want the ability to be able to give your children all the attention they need while still bringing in a decent income.
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