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Any mums know where I can apply for a WFH job - so badly don’t want to go back to work and leave my baby at home but don’t know where to start
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I’m not sure what kind of work you’ve done but I’d recommend having a look at Teach First’s roles - they are all mostly working from home and only have to tap in to an office local to you every now and then.

It depends on your background/ experience. I WFH in open-access publishing. My husbands is in digital transformation, his role is hybrid but he’s in the office once a month on average. I’ve been interviewing a lot recently and realised that if I consider hybrid roles, it opens up a much larger pool of options. Hybrid could mean office once a week or even twice a month.

Am following this post as also looking WFH roles

I agree hybrid working opens up a lot more options. I currently work hybrid but I can tell you it’s not easy to work from home with a baby/toddler dependent on demands of the job x

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@Ells totally agree. WFH isn’t as flexible/ easygoing as it sounds. It’s demanding and requires chunks of focused time. If it’s just you and the baby at home, it’s inevitable to get overwhelmed.

I’m okay with a hybrid job as my husband does hybrid too - I have a background in teaching but don’t know how to transition in to any roles that are WFH/hybrid

@Jess which Teach First’s roles would you recommend

A lot of recruitment roles are great to work from home. My job is education recruitment. I go in 2 times in the week and I WFH during by kids holidays

You don’t even need experience for recruitment. Just have to be good at reaching targets etc

@Xinha how do I get into recruitment?

Literally just apply to recruitment job BUT you must prove that your a sales type person or personable. Do you live in the UK?

I’ve worked at my job for 2 years and it’s the perfect blend. I love it. It’s not crazy either. You manage yourself essentially. So if it means you must help schools employ 5 candidates per week for example - just do that. Then the rest of the day you can work but chill out without so much pressure on yourself.

@Xinha yes I live in London, I’ll apply for some and see how it goes - thanks!

Hey hun , first of all don’t panic this is what I am here to help you with and any other mother that needs a simple free opportunity to do from home to earn a income without having to leave their children I’ve just had a baby I’m a mum of 2 and this has worked brilliant for me and my team you don’t need any experience and there is 24 7 support for you send me a msg if this sounds like something you would be interested in 💖

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