The national unemployment rate has trickled down to 8.8%, the lowest in two years. Yet, there are still millions of would-be workers still looking for a new job or investigating a new career. Many are living on unemployment benefits applying for work in their field. Whether we like it or not many of us are transitioning into a new career to meet the demands of our economy.
Meet Mary Dombrowski, owner of a
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Mary started this business first because of her passion for education and a desire to help alleviate stress in families. The recruiting methods her company deploys are a combination of her previous nanny searches for her own child, as well as her years of recruiting and managing a team in the workplace. She supports the moms and dads who don't have childcare covered or who have been child struggling in school.
She maintains that her company helps keep things "settled" at home, so when a working parent comes home (and most of her clients are dual income households) they can focus on spending time together as a family. Her nannies help with dinner preparation, homework, errands and some household chores. The tutors work with students one-on-one in specific subjects, or to teach study skills or test taking techniques.
On the family side, they tailor solutions to their needs. Her goal is to build long-term relationships with families, literally working with their children from cradle to college as they need her for childcare and tutoring. On the nanny and tutor side, they offer a professional work experience including training and orientation as well as legal employment.
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What Mary loves about her business is helping the families and knowing her team makes a difference. The challenge of the business is that families need her services 24/7 and they need to be there to respond.
Mary offers a competitive employee package for her employees and is dedicated to offering the best nannies and tutors for her clients in
If you are interested in learning more about becoming a nanny or tutor, contact Mary Dombroski at email@example.com. Check out the web-site at www.collegenannies.com/ or www.collegetutors.com