Kids get on with the job

By TAMARA KEMP

WHEN 15-year-old Tiffany Clark grows up she wants to work in child care. Having looked after her youn- ger brother and sister at an ear- ly age, she said a job in the child- care industry had real appeal.

Tiffany was among hundreds of Emmaus College students ex- ploring the many work choices at a Careers Expo at the school yesterday.

From policing to health and media to trades, Tiffany said she had learned there were many choices.

For more on how children are becoming skilled are life catch up with today's Morning Bulletin.



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