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February 7th Job Posting

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February 7th Job Posting
Full time live out house cleaner needed in the Stanwood area. Great opportunity for long term employment, for the right person. Nice family...work M-F 8-4p to $3,440.00

Please send resumes or responses to info@mcdonaldemployment.com with "February 7th Job Posting" in the subject line.
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We're looking for Nurses!

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We're looking for Nurses!
Are you an LPN or an RN looking for additional work to supplement your current job? McDonald Employment Services is looking for nurses with more than 5 years of recent experience interested in part-time work as in-home Caregivers.

If you are interested, please send your resume and a brief summary of your availability to info@mcdonaldemployment.com.

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January 3rd Job Posting

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January 3rd Job Posting
Full time-live out housekeeper/cook needed for Bellevue family.
Great opportunity for a detailed, self motivated, reliable person with a
can do attitude. Work with a team and enjoy a job well done.

8-5P, M-F to $54K

Please send resumes or responses to info@mcdonaldemployment.com with "January 3rd Job Posting" in the subject line.
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December 9th Job Posting

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December 9th Job Posting
Full time live in housekeeper for Seattle woman. Great setting and great opportunity!

Apartment with separate entrance. Bring your cheerful personality and can do attitude to this incredibly beautiful home and work 8-4PM Mon-Fri to $ 50K.

Please send resumes or responses to info@mcdonaldemployment.com with "December 9th Job Posting" in the subject line.
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New Caregiver Spotlight

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New Caregiver Spotlight

Our caregivers are exceptional, and we're taking a few moments to spotlight one of the wonderful individuals working with McDonald.


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This week's caregiver worked with the Seattle Public School District as a Special Education Assistant for over 10 years before coming to us and received rave reviews. Needless to say, he does very well with special needs clients and knows how to just take it one thing at a time.


Hes been with McDonald Employment for more than 7 years and has a wide variety of experience. Hes worked with both younger and older clients, as well as casual and formal households.


His last job, as the Live-in Caregiver for a boy with Autism, lasted more than 3 years and only ended because the client had developed to a point where he no longer needed a full-time Caregiver.


He is available to Live-out 4-5 or Live-in 3-4 days a week. He has a Washington State Drivers License and is available to start right away.


WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET OUR CAREGIVER?


Thank you!


George and the Team at McDonald Employment Services, Inc.

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Keep the weight off this holiday season

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Keep the weight off this holida...
Welcome back from what we hope was a wonderful Thanksgiving break!

If you're anything like the millions of others who celebrate Thanksgiving, you probably spent most of your break eating. In fact the entire holiday season seems very food-centric, and it's tough to keep to your eating goals when you're surrounded by tasty treats.

So what can you do to avoid gaining weight this holiday season? One thing that might work is drinking two glasses of water before every meal.

The NY Times has all the details at: The Claim: Drinking Water Before Meals Aids Weight Loss?
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Let it snow!

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Let it snow!
Isn't it lovely outside?

In case you don't happen to be blessed with a four-wheel drive vehicle, never fear! The buses are still running, although on altered routes. To find which buses are running near you and where, check out metro's adverse weather page at: Metro Adverse Weather

Still planning on driving in? Check out the traffic cams at Komo News and King County News to see where traffic is slowed to a standstill.

For cold weather tips, check out the King County Office of Emergency Management

For a more complete list of winter preparedness techniques, check out www.takewinterbystorm.org

And don't forget that adverse conditions can continue after it starts snowing, usually with flooding of some kind. So be careful for the remainder of this short week.

It may be a bit difficult getting into work, but McDonald Employment is still open if you need anything! We wish you safe journeys through the snow and a very happy Thanksgiving!
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November 15th Job Posting

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November 15th Job Posting
Full-time live-out House Assistant needed for Bellevue area family.

Busy household needs a full-time assistant for their home. If you have experience and love variety this job might be for you. Huge variety of things to do and nice family to $70K.

Please send resumes or responses to info@mcdonaldemployment.com with "November 15th Job Posting" in the subject line.
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November 11th Job Posting

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November 11th Job Posting
Full time live out nanny that is fun loving, high energy and likes to travel is needed for a family in Seattle. Great opportunity for someone that can be flexible to $22.00 per hour.

Please send resumes or responses to info@mcdonaldemployment.com with "November 11th Job Posting" in the subject line.
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Is the winter weather getting you down?

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Is the winter weather getting y...
The leaves are falling from the trees, the clouds are rolling in and, as we turn the clocks back and we leave work in the dark, many of us start to feel a little gloomy and depressed.

It's called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and its one of the many theories about just why Seattle has such a love affair with coffee. But there are ways to get around the winter blues besides keeping yourself heavily caffeinated and plastering your office with posters of flowers.

According to the below article from the Providence Journal the most helpful things you can do are:

>Get Light
Hang out during the day as much as possible, get a light box, or travel to someplace that gets a little more sun then here.

>Exercise
The mood-lifting chemicals that a good workout give you can help you drive away the winter blues. It doesn't even have to be outside, any exercise helps.

>Eat Better
Yes, you may crave comfort foods when you're depressed, but studies show that if you make healthier choices you'll end up feeling better in the long run.

Check out the full article at: http://www.projo.com/lifebeat/content/Thrive_Dark_Moods_1108_11-08-10_3DKNCRA_v17.284e6dc.html

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