Make the Most of Your Profile

11 ways to increase your chances of finding a great job

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Your profile is up and now you're waiting for some action. When you're looking for a child care job online, your profile is your first chance to make an impression -- now make it count. If you're struggling to land your next care job, take control of your success by updating your profile. "By just utilizing a few applications on, you can really build out your online personality -- which is the best way for potential clients to see all the great things you can bring to them as a caregiver," says Martha Fan,'s member care manager. Here, Fan offers some tips to help you make the most of your profile.

  1. Beef Up Your Info
    Employers want to get to know you through your profile. "You've got to go beyond just saying 'I like kids' or 'I babysit for my niece'," says Fan. Be specific about your years of experience and how long you have worked in each position. "People like to see that you view babysitting as your profession," says Fan. Be as detailed as possible in what your duties were and show that you have built loyalty with your past or current families. Also, be sure to review your profile regularly and update it as needed, especially your availability chart.

  2. Say Cheese
    People want to see photos of who might be taking care of their kids or loved ones, says Fan. "It brings your profile to life and helps people feel like they know you already," says Fan. If you don't already have a photo on your profile, be sure to post one that gives a respectable representation of yourself.

  3. Highlight Your Skills
    Are you currently taking classes? Have you taught school in the past? Do you have a nursing degree? Be sure to make any training you have very clear in your profile -- people like to see that you have skills and experiences that you can bring to the job. Also, be sure to emphasize any past experience that includes caring for twins or special needs children.

    If you're not already CPR certified, consider looking into a certification course. "It's a basic skill that can really make you stand out from other candidates," says Fan. Read our article on How to Get First Aid and CPR Training »

  4. Personalize Your Application
    When you apply to a job posting, you have an option to send a message. Use it! Be sure to personalize the message for that particular job posting, so it doesn't feel like a mass mailing, suggests Martha.

  5. Ask for Reviews
    If you have other families that you've worked with on, ask them to write a review for you. While only paying members of can write reviews, you can ask other past employers to be listed as a reference on your profile instead.

  6. Promote Yourself
    An option called "Promote My Services" allows you to print flyers to post around town -- these include your information and a link to your profile. The option also gives you tips on how to put a link to your profile on craigslist, Twitter and Facebook. "This tool lets you get the word out about your services without having to duplicate efforts," says Martha. And you can now connect to with Facebook. Your profile and job post will appear on Facebook, giving your more exposure. 

    To find these options, go to "My", then click on "My Account & Settings". On the left side of the page, you will see "Promote My Services".

  7. Run a Background Check
    Even though a family can run a background check on, you can run your own background check for $8, which is included in a Premium Provider membership and makes the results available sooner for potential employers. "It's just one more step that your potential employer doesn't have to do," says Martha. Being proactive and helpful from the start can go a long way in landing your next child care job.

  8. Get Reviews and Connections
    Build up your reputation on by encouraging employers to leave reviews of your services and have other people connect to your profile. If someone is a member, they can write a review that is posted on your profile. If they are not a member, then they still show up as a connection. (Or a family can easily sign up as a free basic member to leave a review for you). Having these connections shows that you have contacts in the caregiving field and are trusted by other families and caregivers.

  9. Add Additional Profiles
    Create profiles for not only nanny jobs, but housekeeping and tutoring ones as well. It's a great way to get different positions and capture the attention of more families on the site. It's easy to do and located under "My Profile and Settings."

  10. Maximize Your Profile Strength
    Check out "My Profile Strength," located on your "My Page" in the top right corner. It verifies that you are doing everything possible to promote yourself and suggesting things (like reviews, references, etc.) to add to your account.

  11. Become a Premium Member
    The main benefit of investing in a premium membership is being able to reach out to families before they reach out to the rest of Members are also able to see who has viewed their account, run a background check for free and get listed higher in the search results. To learn more about premium memberships, check out our article called Explore the Benefits of Being a Premium Provider »

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Comments (57) Member Care
I am very sorry for frustrations, Julie M. I was able to locate your account and it appears that you've applied to about 20 or so jobs since you've been a member. Just so you're aware, we organize your jobs by vertical and each vertical has it's own tab when you click to view your applications.

Unfortunately, I'm not seeing record of any attempts being made to add references, but you can do so by simply clicking the "My References" link on the left-hand side toolbar and filling out the necessary information. You are required to enter in the reference's full name and email address, but rest assured that the email will never be revealed and that only the reference's first name and last initial will be shown. I hope this helps and wish you all the best in your job search!
Posted: April 16, 2014 at 3:51 PM Member Care
That's a wonderful idea, Lynn P! We appreciate your feedback and we regularly incorporate the feedback from our members into our site updates, so I will definitely make sure to forward yours along!
Posted: April 16, 2014 at 3:29 PM Member Care
Hi Natasha E! You are not required to upgrade to the Premium membership, but it is an option every caregiver has to receive additional benefits. With the Free Basic membership, you're able to search and apply for jobs which potential employers can view. However, with the Premium membership you show up higher in search results as well as a Featured provider to draw more attention to your profile. You also have the ability to initiate contact with members who are looking to hire care as opposed to only applying to jobs that have been posted thus increasing your chances of landing a job. I hope this information helps!
Posted: April 16, 2014 at 3:27 PM Member Care
Hi Laura N! You can find the "Promote My Services" option on the left-hand side toolbar when you log into your account. It's in between the "My Stats" and "Refer Friends" options. I hope this helps!
Posted: April 16, 2014 at 3:21 PM
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Josephine O.
I tried the premium service and I pay every month but it's just get frustrated cause no feedback or whatever to the people I applied job for so I stop my premium service. There is no difference.
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 5:41 PM
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Isabel C.
Hello, I want to thank you in advance for the good experiences I've had with previous families. I agree with some of the comments regarding families not replying to us as we are required to do so.
It would be nice to know that you're not the right candidate or they have found someone else. I'm just saying, I have applied many times and have been left waiting on several occasions. I will look into taking some CPR classes as well maybe that will help me get notice.

Posted: April 15, 2014 at 3:56 PM
Julie M.
I have applied to many jobs and yet you still post that I have only applied for seven. I have also had extensive background checks and fingerprints as I work in a school district and work with children. I keep trying to add references and it doesn't accept them. I have had only three responses several months ago and am beginning to feel that I am now wasting my time even applying to jobs! I have a great deal of experience and a lot to offer but honestly don't even know if people are even getting to review my profile or qualifications.
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 2:21 PM
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Lynn P.
I agree that should find a way for families looking to hire someone, to, at the least, acknowledge the application. Better yet would be a brief explanation (possibly a checkbox) as to why the applicant was not considered.
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 1:52 PM
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Natasha E.
Hi:) I am just wondering if being only a "basic" member is not enough. I have applied for a few different jobs that I am well qualified for but for some reason I never receive a reply back! It's somewhat frustrating to continue to check and never have a "new message" :) are they seeing my application?
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 1:40 PM
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Laura N.
where is the option Promote My Services to print flyers? I dont see it?
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 1:29 PM
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Luz A.
I lo ve kids
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 12:47 PM
Sadiat B.
I love it is the best of best.
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 12:15 PM
Sadiat B.
I love it is the best of best.
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 12:14 PM
Sadiat B. is the best
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 12:12 PM
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Alicia R. has been a real blessing to me. I have met some beautiful families and its been great! I think when families inquire about us, the email and text message alert could be faster. Sometimes I get the text 10 hours later. So that should be faster. Thanks for everything!
Posted: April 15, 2014 at 11:26 AM
Member Care
Hi Lisa!
Thanks so much for your feedback! We do everything we can to make sure that the site is as safe as possible, and to make sure we have helpful and relevant content in all our articles. We also love to hear about our members' positive experiences! Thanks again, and best wishes!
Posted: February 06, 2014 at 5:39 PM
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Lisa W.
Thanks so much Such a great site. I appreciate the safety tips and the suggestions on advertising and how to market oneself. These articles are so helpful. I am excited about this business and encouraged. I'm sharing this remarkable site to my family, friends, and colleagues. Your helpful suggestions will help job seekers and employers alike be successful.

Lisa W.
Posted: February 06, 2014 at 12:44 PM Member Care
Hi Deborah! Thanks so much for your comment, we really appreciate your feedback and value your membership with! We work hard to keep as professional and safe as possible for all of our members, and always love to hear about your great experiences with us! We wish you all of the best in your job search, and thank you for your membership with us!
Posted: February 04, 2014 at 10:55 AM
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Deborah H. come is the best advertising sight for being an employer for senior care, child care, nanny care, odds and ends, dog walking, you name it. They are professional, they are turning around the fact that this type of labor is low wage low paying no respect. They treat us their golden caregivers like gold. We are respected with dignity of all formats.
They really monitor what we state, to not only protect ourselves, but they protect us from unwanted guests that are not proper and trying to create trouble on a business website.

I would recommend them for anyone interested in finding any type of work. It is really a great sight.

Thank you for all of your support.
Posted: January 24, 2014 at 5:59 AM
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Amalia S.
I am very happy being a member of this site. I had worked with 8 families already since I joined here in 2008, luckily, all the families i worked with treated me as a member of the family. What I feel sorry about was, I needed to relocate after working with them for few months, the longest service I rendered was more than a year, my very first job and until now, the mother updates me of the baby's pictures and activities. I just arrived here in Brooklyn, I submitted application right away and just one day, I received a phone call and will be having an interview tonight. Once I got interviewed, i usually get the job, I just present myself as who really i am, mostly they say, I have that magic touch for babies. This time, I am very sure that I will not need to move out from the city until I finish the end date of the job and hopefully if they will be happy with my services, they will give me an extension to work with them. Thank you so much even I am not a paying member ( I just paid for the background check ) you helped me a lot!

Posted: December 11, 2013 at 3:11 PM
Member Care
Hi Alma,

It is great that you are interested in learning more through classes/training. I'm not sure what types of classes you are referring to specifically, but we do have some articles with different types of training courses for Nannies and Babysitters, which may be helpful to you. Feel free to take a look and see if they may help!

Best of luck!
Posted: August 28, 2013 at 11:06 AM
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Alma G.
Are there classes you can take?
Posted: August 27, 2013 at 7:20 PM
Member Care.
Hi Margaret S! I'm sorry to hear that the site hasn't been successful for you so far. Sometimes there are not too many families looking for a particular service, but new members are always joining keep checking for new jobs daily! Unfortunately, there is no way to predict if a family will change their plans throughout the interview process. We always encourage open communication from the get go and we hope that is being practiced off site. I hope you have better luck moving forward!
Posted: April 15, 2013 at 6:05 PM
Margaret S.
Any ideas on way to handle clients who constantly cancel. I had one client book me 2 months in advance for 4 days and then maybe 2 on either side.I was offered another job that overlapped with one of those maybe days, I asked if they really needed me they said we would get back to me. I had to turn other job down. Then 2 days before hand they cancled in a text. Then I got another job through a referral for a woman who was pregnant do any day and would call me when she went in labor. I talked to her sister in law 5 days latter and she wanted me to sit and told me that her sister in law had baby the day after she talked to me. I never even got a call. Then the woman who called me to sit the next day texted me that morning and said never mind. In the mean time the first woman who cancelled texted me to see if I could sit and I had to say no because I was waiting on the pregnant woman because this job was a move in nanny while parents traveled for a few days. All in all I lost 2850.00 Winding up with no jobs no money. This is not the first time the one set of parents have changed there plans. Once they were to be gone for 7 days came home after 2 then wanted me to come back the next day so they could go again but I was sick so she texted every day till I finally came back for them to go away for 5 days. She pays awfully. 100 a day for 4 kids 2 -15 and have activites all night from 2 to 930 every night. Im to cook care for them laundry shop get them up for school in bed and everything. What can I do when people are cancelling continually. Its like I don't matter to them.
Posted: April 12, 2013 at 3:21 PM
Member Care.
Hi Kelly W!

You can always edit your profile at any time. You can do this by going to "My Profile and Settings" section on your account. On that page, you will want to go to "Membership Information". There you can edit or view your current profile. Hope that helps!
Posted: February 14, 2013 at 9:47 AM
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Kelly W.
How do I change my biography or the services i provide (like meal prep)?
Posted: February 12, 2013 at 3:23 PM
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Lydia T.
I have left 75 to 100 job app's on I'am qualified to do the work,I have experience,crediential's everything!I have herd from only 4 family's.And out of those four I got a job with one family as a senoir caregiver maybe because I have nursing background.We as care providers would like to get response in return to filling out these app's.With all these sensless crimes going on it is hard for the parents to let us into their holmes with all this chaos in the world.So we have to put ourself in there shoes.It is a waiting game.Just stick with it every day if you can,this goes for me to.And something will turn out for you,and I thought it was just me that was having these issues.Caregivers united,stay incouraged!
Posted: January 30, 2013 at 11:26 PM
Member Care C.
Hi Katie,
No, you do not need to be a Premium member of the site to leave a review. If you have had an upgraded account in the past you simply need to log in and go to the Provider's profile. Keep in mind all reviews go through an approval process before going live on the site, so don't worry if you don't see it right away. Have fun!
Posted: January 04, 2013 at 2:45 PM
Katie K.
I would like to leave a review for my current day care provider, but since I'm not searching for a new provider right now, I'm not paying for membership. Does that mean I am unable to leave a review for our current provider?
Posted: January 04, 2013 at 10:41 AM
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Alicia B.
Thank you, it really helps.
Posted: December 17, 2012 at 9:15 PM
Member Care C.
Hi Alicia,
No, a member does not need to have a Premium membership to write a review for you. Tell your friend to set up a Basic Seeker profile on the site using a different email address than the one associated with her current Provider profile. Using the 'My Connections' page on your account, send a connections email to her email linked to her Seeker Profile. Tell your employer to log into that Basic account and then open the email. She will be prompted from there to write the review for you. Keep in mind it will not be posted immediately, as it must go through our approval process first. I hope this helps!
Posted: December 17, 2012 at 4:15 PM
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Alicia B.
I was also wondering if a family needed to be a premium member to leave me a review. I contacted a family whose children I cared for. and I am having a difficult time figuring out how to tell them to write a review. The mother has a profile, because while her children are in school, she is able to be a caregiver. Her profile is as a caregiver, not someone searching for care, and I did not meet her on, but in my neighborhood. Does she need to create a new account as a parent to write reviews even if she no longer needs care for her children? Will her account be able to be linked to her current one since she has been a member for a while?
Thank you
Posted: December 14, 2012 at 10:40 AM
Member Care C.
Hi Francesca,
I'm sorry you are having issues hearing back from families. It sounds like you are taking your job search very seriously. I guarantee being a basic member does not mean your information is not being passed on. Families receive you applications with the same priority and speed. Sometimes it does take a little while to find what you are looking for on the site, so I encourage you to just keep trying. Persistence will always pay out in the end. In the mean time I have included an article here with some helpful tips on getting more responses to your profile. Good luck!
Posted: December 10, 2012 at 9:50 AM
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Francesca B.
I've had a profile on for over two months. I have the majority of the things that were recommended, I also have over 5 years of experience as a CNA, and I even paid for a background check thinking that it would boost my appeal. I have never recieved one phone call, or message from anyone. When I tried to contact one family I was redirected to an advertisement that said, if I wanted to communicate with another family I would have to pay. I honestly feel that the families aren't recieving my information or messages because I'm not paying for a subscription.
Posted: December 07, 2012 at 7:19 PM
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Kathleen D.
What steps should a nanny take if one is not paid?
Kathy D.
Posted: December 07, 2012 at 9:34 AM
Elena Dimitrov
The problem is that I can't sell myself using your advises. I'm just a person doing my job as good as possible. The article is great, but I'm not so good in using it. Because of that all my life I had problems starting somewhere, but once I do start, i'm working with pleasure.
Posted: December 01, 2012 at 11:02 AM
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Irene M.
I got a response from an ad. and she asked if I was here in North Carolina? Of course I am I had given her my telephone number, all she had to do was call. I don,t understand where she got that from. It could,nt be in my profile? I also
answered so many ads. to no avail.
Posted: November 13, 2012 at 3:25 PM
Member Care C.
Hi Madeline,
Currently there is no way to upload a resume to you profile. It is however, a great thing to bring a long with you on any in person interview! I have included a link to a great sample resume for caregivers. Good luck with your search!
Posted: November 12, 2012 at 4:28 PM
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Madeline R.
is there a way that i can upload my resume to my profile
Posted: November 10, 2012 at 6:02 PM
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Jessica J.
I just love kids! :D
Posted: October 16, 2012 at 11:10 PM
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Deanna P.
I have many facebook likes on my care page. How do I see who those likes came from so I can thank those people
Posted: September 28, 2012 at 11:14 AM
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Rebecca R.
I understand the difference, however, as I stated, it is showing as not being updated since 2010 to me.
Posted: August 28, 2012 at 12:44 PM
Member Care C.
Hi Rebecca! I am a Member care representative from Updating your availability would not change the date in which your service profile was last updated. If you edit your profile description, this will change the date that the service was edited and updated. However, this information is not something that families can see. They are able to see the last time you logged into the account, but not the last time you have updated it. I hope that this helps!
Posted: August 28, 2012 at 12:24 PM
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Rebecca R.
I have frequently updated my profile, made sure my availablity is up to date, etc... yet it still shows that I have not updated my profile since 2010!! I have to wonder if this is not hurting my chances of finding work.
Posted: August 25, 2012 at 5:20 PM
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Rebecca R.
I could not agree with Lisa Marie G more.... if they are posting the jobs and we take the time to respond and apply, they should respond back, much as we are required to. I also agree that there should be reviews on the families as well. There are many families in my area that post repeated jobs on here, and they are nightmarish to say the least. perhaps allow the nannies/caregiverss to psot reviews based on their experiences working with the families, how they were treated, paid, etc.
Posted: August 06, 2012 at 10:44 AM
Elizabeth G.
i have applied for some jobs but havent heard from them at all. im very open and love kids and animals as well.but think i need to update my skills.
Posted: July 22, 2012 at 2:46 AM
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Samantha C.
I have been trying to figure out many of the same things, my main question though is: Do the families need to be paying members in order to respond/inquire on my postings? A family I worked for in the past, whose children are now a week shy of 18, and 22 couldn't post recommendation. I can't rightfully ask them to pay $30 or so to give me a referral.

That said, I have had responses.

My college degree is in Business Administration, and my last job in the corporate world was in Social Media.
A couple tips:
ALL CAPS LOOKS LIKE YOU ARE YELLING, you should avoid this.

Grammar, Spelling, and Punctuation count. Parents are entrusting you with the care of their children- why should they if you can't/won't introduce yourself using proper grammar- you certainly just proved your inability to help second grade students with their homework, whether it's true or not!

Heather brought up a confusing question: The family would not obtain an EIN, you would if you choose not to provide your SSN. They are one and the same. IF your employer asks for a W-2, this is where you would fill in the EIN that you requested from the IRS. The choice is entirely yours, many people do prefer to request an EIN to keep their business income reported separately. Personally, I would never do this unless I was making enough to create a corporation to get paid through to take advantage of the tax benefits. Here's the confusion: Employer Identification Number- since you are working as an Independent Contractor, you are technically your own business, and therefore are an 'Employer', as you are the Employee. The family you are working for is employing you, but how/if the report your wages is their business and doesn't really concern you how they do so. 'Household Employees' run entirely under different rules and since they can only write off a limited amount that they spend on child care it's not usually worth their while to create this 'fiasco'. YOU are required to report the income though, whether or not your employer does.

I share your other frustrations, but I hope the few tips I posted here can provide some help!
Posted: July 21, 2012 at 3:09 AM
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Lisa Marie G.
I think if you express interest in a job and take time out of your day to write the family a personalized letter of interest that they should be obligated to respond to you. It's okay to tell us that you're not interested, for whatever reason. But to just ignore someone I feel is rude. I think should also rate the parents who are posting for jobs. Since we get rated its only fair. A simple thank you for taking the time to apply is what I would expect. If I were hiring someone, I would certainly thank anyone who expressed interest in working with my family. Maybe can write an article on how parents should thank those who have applied. I see all of these posts about how people have applied for jobs and heard nothing back. The same thing happened to me. I applied for three jobs. I only heard back from one. I did get an interview with her. I may or may not get the job. Of course, I hope I get it!! She was totally cool and down to earth. But even if I do, I will still be on here because the job is 16 hours a week, so that leaves adequate time to work with another family or two. Maybe the parents who read this board will be reminded to please take the time out of your day as we have and send a simple thank you! Also, nanny jobs sometimes fall through. It happens all the time and can be from a personality difference or due to "job creep" what ever the reason, it happens. Then the parent would need to go back through the other interested nannies, but by then they've burned that bridge by ignoring the nanny. So it benefits the parents to respond. And it makes the nanny feel that her time is valued. By the way, good luck to all of you wonderful nannys. I hope we all find awesome families to work with soon!
Posted: July 21, 2012 at 2:57 AM
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Cheryl P.
I need to upgrade to a business
Posted: July 20, 2012 at 2:32 PM
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Heather B.
I have applied to 3 jobs for a nanny and haven't heard anything back yet. Should I be worried? I have so much experience and would love to help out each family. Any ideas of what to do? Also, once hired through a family, would they need to get an EIN to show proof that I am working for them? Thanks!
Posted: July 19, 2012 at 4:18 PM
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Marla V.
As far as increasing membership with more money- most professionals will tell you that you should not be paying money to get a job. Getting a job, shouldn't cost. I feel profiles, basic background checks, references and corresponding should make the next step -a personal meeting, adequate. Maybe I am wrong, however I'm not sure how much more convincing a profile needs to be. If a person is looking for care for their child, an in person meeting and talking with that person should be one of the first steps. I have 30+ years experience and have not had one reply, response or inquiry. I also wish there was a way to not display profiles of families that are no longer interested or in need of care. Then I would not be replying to or viewing jobs that are expired or for families that no longer have a need. Just a thought. Been an interesting process though, to see how this whole concept works. Thanks.
Posted: July 18, 2012 at 12:05 PM
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Penny M.
Does increasing membership....vis-a vis paying more money really help? I have responded promptly to each job but alas nothing. I am an RN with licensed skills yet not one response. I thought it was me but could it possibly be not being utilized by the public. I would really enjoy a response as I try to make good decisions to proceed or look at other areans.
Posted: July 17, 2012 at 9:59 AM
Berjouie B.
I have numerous interviews, got hired for one all this time only for a short few months, They told me from the beginning it was going to be temporary job, They liked me so much they even gave me excellent recommendation letter, unfortunately when I go for my interviews, the cop poles get very excited, that I almost know that 99% i am going to get the job, later ether they don response at all or they call and say that I m overqualified. I don't understand , don't this people wont someone who has all the qualifications, ????
Posted: May 29, 2012 at 4:45 PM
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Rosa E.
Posted: April 27, 2012 at 4:32 PM
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Lea A.
I have tried these tips and still get ZERO response. What else can I do? Should I message them again to show further interest in the job?
Posted: April 26, 2012 at 10:52 AM
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Irene B.
You can get your CPR and First Aid on-line now, for $40 or less.
Posted: April 10, 2012 at 5:00 PM
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Debra P.
all of the advice in the articles you have provided is very good thanks a bunch for all the help. i have been wanting to get cpr classes and some training now i can do this thanks to the where to up above
Posted: January 19, 2012 at 8:37 AM
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