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TAKE YOUR KIDS TO WORK DAY
DON'T Take These Kids To Work Day
To Work Day?
18-year-old racecar driver
So take this year to shadow your parents -- at the office, in the gym, at home. Encourage your parents to do the same while working on a homework presentation, in the garage tuning your car or explaining why you do something a certain way.
Why Parents Should Take Their Kids To Work
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You may not find your dream job when you go to work this week, but you'll have a lot of fun looking for it in your parent's desk drawer (maybe not the best idea). But if you follow Steve Jobs' advice, someday, you'll look back and be able to connect this dot to your dream job.
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Planning in advance is critical. No child wants to see their parent's crazy boss yelling at them; a disaster like that could be forever imprinted in a kid's memory. But if you keep these key tips in mind, the day could be a tremendous success for you both.
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