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Child Care Worker

Teaching children and helping them

This job is about taking care of children and caring for them. I think I will enjoy this job because I like kids and I like taking care of them. If you are a child care worker in the United States you will earn median annual salaries of $20,940.When You are a child care worker these are some work activities you should have assisting and caring for others is 90% out of 100 importance, training and teaching others is 60% out of 100 importance, and thinking creatively is 64% out of 100 importance. To be a child care worker you have to have a high school diploma and a some states and some employers require certification, such as a Child Development Associate (CDA) certification or the Child Care Professional (CCP) certification.

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I would like to be a cosmetologist because I like to paint nails and do makeup and hair. So I would enjoy being a cosmetologist. To be a cosmetologist you have to complete high school or equivalency diploma and maybe a associate degree. I have wanted to be this for a while now and I hope that's what I get to be. They say that the median salary for cosmetologists is $22,500 per year. The impact of technology has shown people different hairstyles and makeup designs so if they like it they can get themselves like it when they go to a cosmetologist.

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