BABYSITING Jobs are getting faster and faster, and employers are hiring all the people they can.
But if you’re looking for a full-time job that will pay a living wage and allow you to get away from it all, you’re going to have to look elsewhere.
We are hiring more full-timers, and the average salary has grown by just 3.4 percent in the past year.
But the jobs they are hiring are not exactly the kinds of jobs that would be rewarding or exciting for a baby boomer.
Here’s a look at how those jobs compare.1.
Nurses: This job pays $9.20 an hour and will require an average of 36 hours per week.
You’ll get to meet with your child’s pediatrician and other healthcare professionals as well as get your own personal care.
You’ll have to take a full day off each week to do all the tasks listed above.2.
Registered nurses: $10.00 an hour.
This will require you to take two or three days off per week to attend your childs pediatrician or other healthcare appointments.
You also have to do some personal care duties for your child during those two or 3 days.3.
Licensed home health aides: $11.25 an hour, with some of these jobs requiring you to work at home as well.
You have to schedule your child for care in advance and do personal care for the child.
You are also required to take off work at certain times, such as during the day or during a public holiday.4.
Registered dietitians: $12.25 per hour.
You will be required to spend at least an hour per week in the office.
You can also spend up to a full hour at your home or in your car.5.
Registered social workers: $13.25.
This job requires you to spend two or more days per week attending your child or caring for your family.
You may have to work as many as three days per month.
You’re also required in some cases to take home time.6.
Nurse assistants: $14.50 an hour for full-day, five-day shifts.
You work a total of 60 to 90 hours a week.7.
Registered nurse assistants: This will also require you forgo a day off per month to work part time for your children.8.
Registered occupational therapists: $15.50 per hour for one-on-one sessions with your children, as well a total day off of work of at least two hours per day.
You must work the same number of hours per month as other nurse aides.9.
Registered massage therapists: You must also schedule at least 30 hours of work per week for your massage therapist.10.
Registered physical therapists: This is also a long-term position.
You need to work for a minimum of 18 months to receive the full-year salary.11.
Registered physiotherapists: This position requires you work for at least eight months to earn a full year’s salary.12.
Registered podiatrists: This would also require a minimum 18 months for full pay.13.
Registered nutritionists: You will have to spend four hours per shift on your diet and must spend at most four hours on your physical therapist.14.
Registered personal care aides: This includes nursing and personal care services such as massage and personal therapy.15.
Registered chiropractors: You can work up to 24 hours per weekend for your chiropractor.16.
Registered child and family services: You’ll have a total 40 hours per year.17.
Registered speech-language pathologists: You need 12 months to qualify for this position.18.
Registered optometrists: You work for one year to earn the full salary.19.
Registered dentists: These positions require a total 60 months to work up a total salary.20.
Registered internal medicine specialists: These jobs will pay $19 an hour to be eligible.21.
Registered dental therapists: These will pay an average $24 an hour in total.22.
Registered nursing home care providers: You have 12 months or more to earn your job.23.
Registered primary care providers and therapists: Some of these positions require at least six months of training and experience.24.
Registered mental health professionals: You are required to be licensed as a mental health professional, which will give you full pay for six months.25, Registered nursing homes: You may work as a part-time employee for up to 12 months.
You will be responsible for supervising and caring for a group of family members in your care, including your spouse, children, and pets.26.
Registered pharmacy technicians: This requires you have an associate degree.
You’d also have a daily minimum of 40 hours, or 60 hours of paid work.27.
Registered clinical social workers, social workers and family therapists: The position requires your