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Advice for Safely Finding Babysitting Jobs

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Taking care in how you find sitting jobs will help ensure your safety. Start with people that your know. This is a guide about advice for safely finding babysitting jobs.
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July 16, 2010

I need a babysitting jobs and I would like tips on how to start.

By hailey from Plaquemine, LA

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Start by asking you people that you know. You must know some people that need a babysitter. If you are talking about actual daycare, go through the department of social services.

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July 16, 20100 found this helpful

I would like to find baby sitting jobs for a 14 year old girl.

By Daniella from Denison, TX

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Put ad in news paper or ask your friends, good luck. (03/16/2010)

By kathleen williams

Advice for Safely Finding Babysitting Jobs

Check the background of anyone you consider babysitting for. I check the background of anyone I even hire to do a job at my home. (03/20/2010)

By Nan Corpe

Advice for Safely Finding Babysitting Jobs

If you live in a family neighborhood, start with your parents' friends. Ask them to use word-of-mouth. You can do the same at your local church, synagogue, or mosque. 14 is a little young, but I believe YMCAs offer babysitting certification courses for folks your age. That will be an advertisement in itself. You could also mention your skills on your online community, to your friends, at least. (For more privacy, use the community email, not the public "status update" type option. I'd still say be cautious, though. Have a reliable person you can call in an emergency, whether it's one of your parents, an older sibling, whoever. Make sure your babysitting clients all know you have ready backup. It isn't the gentle world where I grew up anymore, I'm sad to say. (03/22/2010)

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