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Old 10-22-2020, 12:29 PM
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IMHO, center care is always more demanding than in-home. Answering to not only families, but a director, plus licensing and the center employee policies is too much to keep employees long term.
Why not think about in-home? You have the experience! Plus, you can dictate your policies, choose your clients, demand the time off whenever you choose to schedule it. It's obviously less secure, but can be more lucrative too.

If not, for SURE demand time off. Not having down time is extremely unhealthy.
Unfortunately I am not in the position to open my own home child care center as the place Iím renting isnít child friendly. I am thinking more about careers that are a nonprofit making a global impact. I just wanted to see if anyone regretted quitting daycare.
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