Jobs

“My son turned the chores he’s been doing at home for years into a business. He learned how to advertise his lawn services to our community and he’s already earned $600 toward his savings goal.”

Jobs

Your kids want to save up for a big purchase and that’s great news. They may have saved money from chores, birthdays, and holidays, but they still need more. With just a few clicks and a simple app, the Life Hub® Learning Center helps light their entrepreneurial fire with online jobs for kids. Before you know it, your kids will be signing up neighbors, family, and friends to their online jobs board (with your approval.) If a neighbor needs their lawn mowed or a friend needs someone to feed their fish while on vacation, your child can quickly and easily accept any such job via the Life Hub® mobile app. Your child will start honing their business skills, while you get a break from being the sole source of funds.

Life Hub® Learning Center Teaches Kids How to Find and Track Jobs

With the Life Hub® Learning Center Jobs module, your kids learn:

  • How to register neighbors, family, and friends to become their potential employers on the online jobs board for kids
  • How to accept jobs, track progress, and track money earned and spent
  • How to view data for all the jobs they’ve accepted and completed
  • How to create a resume using standard templates
  • How to view feedback from employers and adjust accordingly

This is yet another module kids will find fun and rewarding, while also learning vital real-life skills. They’ll see how they can become valued employees while also learning how to take the initiative to seek jobs for themselves – essentially, they’re learning how to be an entrepreneur! When your kids take the time to seek and successfully complete tasks, they’ll quickly become the talk of the neighborhood at your next family get-together.  When was the last time you met an entrepreneurial child with savvy financial and business skills?  This could be your child.

Life Hub grows with your child starting as young as 3 years old with tools and activities based on age-appropriate learning.
See the tools your child will learn with by selecting your child’s age: