I believe the best job for a single mother is one where you are happy. Being a single mother is quite stressful. That means, stress at the workplace would send you into overload. If you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life....right.
Find your passion and do something along those lines. Then, you will be happy and what you will bring to the table with your child will teach them that.
The question should be: What is the work that I want to do and how can I make money doing it.
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To your future,
I believe good jobs for single mothers are ones that allow you to stay home with your children. I am not a single mother, but I am able to stay at home with my two young children by doing medical transcription. I have been working from home with this for almost 4 years and it is great to be able to make my schedule around my children and be able to spend so much time with them.
I think the best job is the one that offers flexibility and a decent salary. Flexible jobs are inclined to health care services or real estate.
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