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Finding a Job that meets your needs as a Mom and a Woman, can be challenging. The US is the only industrialized country without any requirement that employers provide Family Leave, or Flexible Hours.
When the reality is that 40% of children are now born to unmarried women, it has made combining work and family virtually impossible. Luckily there are many companies who do hire virtual workers at professional salaries. "Work from Anywhere Jobs" are on the rise and we value those employers who hire for them.
Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss Job which are great for Stay at Home Moms.
A light, fun, evening show with single moms calling in and telling their stories. I will have some of my single moms on with me. We will make you laugh. cry tears of joy and being touched by the stories of our lives. Living in the moment, sharing a gem moment, and capturing it the clouds so it will always be.
Tuesdays are all about building a brotherhood. Today's Topic is JOBS, JOBS JOBS JOBS. WE are asking all business owners to participate. We are looking for any Job opportunities for young men from 18 to 30 years old...If you are able to forward information regarding Jobs you are welcome to call in. Call in at 347-826-9457 to listen and press #1 if you want to speak to the Host.You can Join us at blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or Call (347) 826-9457 So come join us today at 6pm
For Mother's Day, we discuss the images and icons developed through the mass medium. How do they reflect our society? What qualities would best suit a mother of an lgbt youth in foster/adoptive care? From Marie Barone to June Cleaver, and many in between, we examine our top 10, and pick a winner!
A cornerstone of Republican Scott Brown’s campaign to return to the U.S. Senate has been a desire to create more high-paying jobs for workers in New Hampshire and America.Washington needs to work together to create a strong business environment that gives all Americans the opportunity to work in good-paying jobs,” Brown says about job creation on his campaign’s website.
Brown earned $270K from Kadant a Mass. company that exported jobs overseas
Our ideas of motherhood have changed profoundly throughout American history. In the colonial times, fathers were in charge of everything. Mothers were child-bearers and laborers. During the Industrial Revolution men went out to work and mothers stayed home to nurture, sew, cook, and make the home for the family.
Now in 2014, add to it that 40 % of women in America are the primary breadwinner of the family, the "To-Do" lists keep getting longer. Doing it all now means caring for every child's needs, time, emotional, sports, homework, school, PTA, physical, spiritual, discipline, morality and money.
Can we really talk about Job Creation and the War on Poverty without tackling the issue of flexible working arrangement for women and caregivers? The US is lagging behind other countries when it comes to work-life balance and legislating work policy. Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss where we need to start to help women do it all.
Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/flexhourjobs/2014/01/24/women-and-doing-it-all#ixzz38aLfCHvk
Let's celebrate and discuss the stereotypes surrounding our Single Moms! One of our favorite Special Guests returns. Also, Erik Terrell's "Five Signs You Bout to Be a Single Mom" haha ..If you're a member of the "club" or have something to add, join us on the air at (646) 595-3259 !
Many people believe that the economy, jobs and the government control the stock market. However, that is not the case. Find out what really drives the stock market in this fascinating viewpoint on how and why the stock market has bull and bear cycles, how jobs and unemployment really factor into stock prices and why the stock market leads the economy, not the other way around. Join Martha Stokes CMT for a lively and informative discussion.
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Check our twitter chat discussion on social media. Share your opinion, your experience and even how you are leveraging social media. #TXOchat If you aren't on twitter then listen in as we recap the twitter chat as it happens live. By the end of this episode you may look at social media a lot different and even take it a lot more serious.
Q1. Will Social Media Be Around in 10 years?
Q2. Are there real jobs in Social Media?
Q3. Will there be degrees and certificatin in Social Media in the future?
Q4. Is it a good idea to outsource the management of your social media? What type of person should you hire to manage your social media?
Q5. Can a person become addicted to social Media?
Q6. Can social media make you anti-social or socially awkward?
Q7. Can social media help shy, introverts become more social?
Q8. Should Business use social media for marketing - what are some success stories?
Q9. How do I become a social media saavy or even an expert?
Q10. What's the pros and cons of young people having access on social media?
Should your teen have to work over the summer at something more than a tan? Join About.com parenting experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Amy Morin (Parenting Teens), LIsa Jo Rudy (Autism), and Kathy Ceceri (Homeschooling) as we talk about our experiences with summer jobs and how to find the right one for your teen.
Eldercare is not just a women's issue anymore. There are a growing number of men taking care of elderly and ailing parents, relatives and friends. The increase in the growing number of male caregivers can be attributed to the growing rates of divorce, the increasing numbers of openly gay man, and a number of other issues.
The average male caregiver is 49 years old, works a full time job and also cares for an aging parent. Join Flex Hour Jobs as we discuss this growing epidemic and it's effect on each one of us.
Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/flexhourjobs/2014/04/03/the-changing-face-of-eldercare#ixzz399zWy9Ms