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#1 of 2 Old 07-01-2012, 10:00 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I can't be a SAHM anymore (and I have mixed feelings!). We just cannot make ends meet any longer.  I have a 7-year old who will be going to school in Shoreline next year, and a 2-year old that will need childcare.  I'm a little overwhelmed with resume making and job searching, and while I think I'm a quite capable person, I don't have a great job background (retail!).  I need help.  I know I've heard of resources that specifically cater to women in transition, but I'm having problems finding anything useful. I live in the Lynnwood area so anything in the Everett-Seattle-Eastside area is doable. Does anyone have any suggestions?  Thanks!


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Have you tried your local Worksource? They offer training and help with stuff like that.

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