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UNDATED -- Some women are turning to self-employment to survive the economic downturn.
Jennifer McReynolds is a busy mom of two, almost three. To get some extra cash, she bought into the franchise called Seeking Sitters. It's a service that provides babysitter information.
Now that she works for herself, she doesn't have to worry about layoffs. She says it's a business that's almost recession proof.
"Because people are having to take extra jobs, work nights and weekends to try and make ends meet and if you're working, you have to have someone take care of your kids," said Jennifer McReynolds, Seeking Sitters.
Seeking Sitters provides background screened babysitters who are 18-years-old and older and all are CPR and First Aid certified.
Learn more about Seeking Sitters.