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if my strengths are taking care of babies what careers might fit me

i like playing sports and taking care of babies #childcare


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Melanie’s Answer

Of course it depends on your long term goals. Professional nanny is a great option if you want hands on experience with babies. There are daycare facilities that offer infant care. Becoming a pediatrician is a great option.

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Sarah’s Answer

A nanny, a preschool teacher, assistant at a daycare, pediatric nurse, medical assistant at a pediatrician office, kindergarten teacher.

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Carly’s Answer

You may want to look into being a pediatrician, neonatal nurse, preschool teacher, or professional nanny. You have to get to know yourself and what your job preferences are. You can talk to your school guidance counselor about this.

I have worked as a school nurse and a pediatric homecare nurse in the past. I enjoyed interacting with the kids.

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Helen’s Answer

There are so many options open to you if you enjoy working with Children,
Teaching
Nursing
Montessori
Nanny
Occupational Therapy
the list goes on- if possible try and help out/volunteer in some of these area's to get a feel to what might suit you best.

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Megan’s Answer

Neonatal nurse? Nurses that support new born babies. You could look at nursing programs at local schools.

Also being a nanny is a job that could help you through school...great nannies are very hard to find for dual working parents. Nannies in urban areas charge about $20/hr. To do this you'll need a clean criminal record check, basic baby CPR, and great references, plus the willingness to help out around the house. You could register with a nanny service or try to find a job through postings on facebook childcare groups or craigslist.


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