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Caring Is Sharing – Jobs That Help You Spread The Love

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Some of us seem to have been made for caring for others. Caring and kindness are inbuilt into these individual’s natures and personalities, and they always go above and beyond what is required of them when they need to look after anyone. But they aren’t just focused on being caring, as they also endeavor to help spread the love to whomever they bump into and wherever they go.

Wouldn’t it be great if there were some careers in which they could utilize these fantastic qualities and personality traits into their career? Well, they can! They just need to find a job that requires people with such caring natures and that can help them effectively spread the love.



So, do you sound like one of the caring people that I’ve mentioned above? If so, you might be interested to find out about the careers and jobs that can help you put your skills and qualities into practice. Here are some of the best jobs for you. Get ready to spread all that love!

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A Care Assistant

One of probably the most obvious jobs for someone who has a very caring nature has to be a care assistant. There are two main types of care assistants – those who visit individuals at home and those who work in nursing homes or care homes to help the residents. Whether you see someone in their own home or in a care home, you will be responsible for similar tasks such as helping with managing medications, helping them to get out of bed in the morning, and helping them with simple tasks like getting dressed and going to the bathroom.

It will be possible to take some medical training and qualifications to further your career. Once you have certain qualifications under your belt, you will be able to help with more medical tasks, such as take blood and administer certain specialist treatments.

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A teacher

Teaching is another fairly obvious career that caring people might want to consider. Once you become a qualified teacher, you will be in charge of your own class of pupils. You’ll be able to specialize in a specific age range during your teacher training. It is then your duty and responsibility to ensure the children’s safety and to help them expand their knowledge on a variety of topics and subjects.

Don’t forget that you will also be these children’s role model, so you will need to always set a good example in everything that you do.

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A Wedding Officiant

Do you love love? If so, why not become a wedding officiant? Of course, you might want to become a priest or vicar if you are happy to take part in traditional, religious weddings. However, if you don’t have any particular religious beliefs yourself, you can simply become a wedding officiant as these see over non-religious ceremonies. Plus, you won’t have to take care of any christenings or funerals – you’ll just be in charge of weddings!

There are different ways to become a wedding officiant. In some cases, you can even get ordained quickly and easily online!

“The health care industry is booming. Employment in the field is expected to grow 18 percent by 2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That would add 2.3 million new jobs – more than in any other industry.

That’s good news for surgeons, therapists and nurse practitioners. indeed, traditional health care careers account for 20 of the 25 U.S. News Best Jobs of 2018.” – usnews.com

A Nanny

If you like the idea of working with children but do not fancy becoming a teacher, there is still another option. You could just become a nanny! You know – exactly like Mary Poppins! As a nanny, you will be trusted to look after a family’s children and will most likely need to pick them up from nursery or school and take care of them until their parents return home from work. In some cases, you may be expected to help them with their homework and to tutor them, but that isn’t always the case.

Not only that, but you might need to cook an evening meal for the children as well. Most of the time, families only need a nanny during the week, but you should be aware that there might be some instances where they ask you to work on the weekends as well.

 

A Charity Worker

There is also the option to embark on a career with a charity. Don’t worry; this doesn’t mean you will be a volunteer and won’t be getting paid. Sure, most charities rely heavily on volunteers, but they also have a dedicated core team of employees who will help them with various admin tasks in the back offices. So, if you have any office experience at all, you should think about applying to work at a charity.

You might be surprised to find that you could work with them if you have any HR, finance, or marketing experience. You can then be really proud knowing that all of your hard work is helping out an awesome charity that is doing lots of good stuff in the world!

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Working In The Emergency Services

Those of you who love to care and spread as much love as possible wherever they go might also be interested in a career with the emergency services. You could become a paramedic, for instance, and be one of the first people on the scene of an emergency. You could also consider working with the police or the fire brigade and help those services whenever they are faced with emergencies.

However, being a caring person isn’t the only quality that you will need for this line of work. You will also need to be very calm and collected, as well as being able to work well under extreme pressures.

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A Lawyer

Even though the world of law may not instantly make you think of caring, you will find that there are lots of branches of law that you can specialize in if you want to help people out. For instance, you might want to work as an immigration lawyer and help those people who are trying to set up a new life in your country.

As you can see then, there are plenty of careers that are suited to those who want to care for others and spread the love. Which one will you go for?

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