What job could I get that would allow me to take the summers off to be with my child? ?

I am not interested in becoming an educator or a school bus driver. Aren't there any other jobs out there that let moms stay at home with their kids during the summer?

Asked By: thatgirl90 - 10/23/2008
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Check out your county's Board of Education's job postings. There are several types of positions within school districts that are posted under "classified" job listings, which means you do not need a degree in order to fill the position. Also, you can apply for 'any' job around on a seasonal and/or temporary basis. If... More
Answered By: A L - 10/23/2008
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school teacher
Answered By: Ralph N - 10/23/2008
only ones that are involved with schools or are closed for the summer. most like office work and business doesnt take a break for summer, and won't let you either. your best bet is to work as a teacher, school bus driver, daycare worker (and even then they wont let you have summer off they might let you bring your... More
Answered By: the_beautiful_poet - 10/23/2008
Political reps tend to get long summer and winter breaks. Not admin though - you'd have to actually run for an office. (Which isn't necessarily as unobtainable as you might think, so look into it)
Answered By: buick - 10/23/2008
What about a substitute teacher? it's not really an educator just a baby sitter
Answered By: Laura - 10/23/2008
You could work in school administration (not teaching, just support). Something in the landscaping or construction businesses might work too, since winters are slow periods for them. You could also potentially find a job-share type of position where you "share" a job with someone else.
Answered By: James W - 10/23/2008
if you are looking for something ethical and interesting as well, i must tell you, long term steady income require some patience and dedication.. fast and e********y are mostly scams..they ask for upfront payment and guarantee that you'll cover it in days.. but then they disappear... More
Answered By: Angel - 10/25/2008
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