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At Boys Town when you join our team, you will work every day to make a lasting, positive difference in the lives of hurting children and families across the country no matter what your role is!

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I was a Family Teacher for 4 years and just left this past November (2017). The pay for Family Teachers is more than adequate, the benefits are great, and you don't pay for rent or groceries. No need for a second job and you CAN with approval after you've worked there awhile.

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It varies depending on the clients.

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1. Changing hours with little to no notice.
2. Little say in how house is ran.
3. Must be "flexible" to meet their demands.

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If you are Assistant/ Family Teacher your position requires you to do everything. You will drive children to appointments and school if needed along with your other job duties. I do not think this is separate from being teacher unless the position is site specific.

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Couples may have two dependent children of their own. The ages and gender of your children can determine what type of home you could be placed in. For example, if you have two teenage boys, we would only place you in a boy’s home.

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Free stuff and learning new things.

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