It's his call who he choses to hire, but he asks my opinion. Honestly sometimes I think house moms are great and sometimes you hear horror stories about not-nice house moms.
Tax Credits could top up your earnings."Yesterday family campaigners lambasted the Jobcentre's decision to carry the advertisement.
Adrian Rogers, of the Conservative Family Institute, said: "It is outrageous that this kind of work is advertised in Jobcentres.
So I just Googled a Portuguese-speaking therapist and I printed up some names for her.
I'm not sure if she went, this was like a year or so ago, and she is still like, "That was the nicest thing.' I'm a cancer, so we're always very motherly, whether people want it or not. They come and see me and I ask them a couple questions and they get dressed. When she's ready I just ask her how old she is, where she's danced at, how long she's been doing it, etc.
A Jobcentre has provoked outrage after it was found to be advertising for women to strip for web cams on Internet sex sites for £8 an hour.
According to the advertisement, the role involves "explicit dialogue" and "performing for clients' or customers' fantasies".
We don't want drama, but we also don't want deadwood.
You can't just stand there and look like a zombie and dance.
We try to avoid bikinis, lingerie, or stripper outfits. I just tried to listen as best I could and then I went online and found a therapist that could speak Spanish. Another entertainer was here from Brazil, and she just had a lot of stuff going on with her green card and her relationship and all of that.