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17-02-2012 21:22 #11Senior Member
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17-02-2012 21:27 #12
School teachers! Though I hardly consider it school hours - for me it's 8- 4/5
17-02-2012 21:28 #13
I'm a medical scientist and can work whatever hours I want. Currently I work 7am-12pm but many mums at my work do 8.30/9-3.
My mother user to work in our local parish office whilst we were at school 8.30-3.
My aunt worked for the electricity company 9-2 for 10 years.
17-02-2012 21:38 #14
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17-02-2012 21:52 #16
I work as a nanny ... My ds isn't at school yet but if he was it wouldn't be a problem taking the nanny kids along for drop off and pick up
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