lol! You could set up an agency that arranges childcare for people in accordance with their needs and wishes, if you make it free and charge the nurseries etc a fee for refering them then this will attract customers.
You can still nanny with a child. What about paediatric nursing or HCA on a paeds ward? Doesn't pay too well though.
I'm job hunting too. The ironing/sewing I do doesn't pay enough. I'm due to finish a MSc at christmas, I'm also a 3rd year paeds nurse so I can go back to the course in October for my last year but I end up paying sometimes more out in childcare for the shifts then I earn. You'd think employers would want Environmental Law postgrduates wouldn't you?
I'm looking into teaching because of the hours and holidays. I've emailed a school near ds's new one offering my services. I think I could teach Geography, Law, health and social care and child development. I've got to wait to hear from them though. I applied to work in Boots last week but have not heard anything. ds keeps asking about christmas, I don't know what to tell him. I can go back to nursing if I can't get anything sorted. I'm writing childrens books aswell.