Five Reasons You Need Childcare When You Work from Home

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Contributed by guest blogger Brie Weiler Reynolds, Director of Online Content at FlexJobs, and a work-at-home mom to one-year-old Jack. A common misconception about working from home is that you can finally give up that expensive childcare, since you’ll be home all day. Don’t get me wrong–there are plenty of perks to working from home, […]

Tips for Lining Up College Students for Summer Childcare

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In a few short months, school will be out for the summer and you may be facing much different childcare needs than you now have. You may need full-time help, a regular sitter for part-time care, or maybe just a reliable bevy of sitters to call when you need some time to yourself during the […]

How to Line Up Summer Childcare Help

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The typical school-age child has 10 weeks of summer vacation. That’s at least 70 full days with you or another caregiver–be it a daycare provider, camp counselor, nanny, babysitter, family, or a friend. Regardless of your family’s regular schedule, it’s likely you could use a bit of additional childcare this summer. Now is the time […]