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Welcome to Yakima KinderCare

Welcome to Yakima KinderCare! We are located in Yakima, WA. We are honored to serve families here along the Yakima River. We work hard to create a welcoming environment where we maintain an open-door policy and invite parents into the classroom to participate in activities such as reading to the class. We build a warm, welcoming, and supportive classroom for children of all abilities, backgrounds, and experiences. Everyone belongs in our circle—we love our families and meeting new friends!

Our classrooms are places to thrive! 
In our safe and healthy classrooms, your child will be engaged in learning experiences that meet them where they are, both socially and academically. With fun daily activities, passionate teachers, and great friends, a lifetime of confidence starts here. Contact the center director to learn more about our child care options and schedule a tour! 

Meet Amethyst Goodman, Our Center Director

Meet Amethyst Goodman! She is the Center Director at Yakima KinderCare in Washington. Amethyst attends the University of Washington, where she is earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. She has been with KinderCare since 2018, and before that, she was the director of a children’s ministry. Every day, Amethyst looks forward to helping children discover their true potential. “The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss. Outside of work, Amethyst enjoys spending time outdoors with her children and skydiving.

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  • Family Stories
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AMERICA’S MOST ACCREDITED

We’re so proud!

Nationally only 10% of daycares are accredited – nearly 100% of our learning centers are. That’s a big difference,
and that means KinderCare kids are getting the very best. Here’s why.

SCHOOL-READY

What Learning Looks Like

Our talented early-childhood teachers set kids down the path toward becoming lifelong learners in a positive, safe, and nurturing environment.

Yakima KinderCare Programs

Infant Programs (6 weeks–1 year)

Leaving your baby in someone else’s care is a big step. Everyone at our
centers—most importantly, our naturally gifted infant teachers—will work with
you to make sure the transition goes smoothly. When you step into our infant
classroom, you’ll see how much we want your infant to feel safe, loved, and
ready to explore their world.

Toddler Programs (1–2 Years)

Everything in our toddler classroom is designed for little explorers. That’s
because a lot is going on at this age. When your child is wandering all over the
place, that means they’re learning and discovering new things every day. We’ll
help them explore their interests (and find new ones!) as they play and learn.

Discovery Preschool Programs (2–3 Years)

This age is filled with so much wonder and curiosity. That’s why we offer a ton
of books and toys and bring artwork down to kids eye level. Children in
discovery preschool also begin to learn how we all work together in a
classroom. Simple math and science, pretend play, and group play help them
get used to a more structured school setting.

Preschool Programs (3–4 Years)

This age is all about expression, when kids really start to form their own ideas
about what they want to play and how they want to create. Every day in our
preschool classroom, your child will explore science experiments, create
artwork, and play pretend—all the skills needed for their big next step:
kindergarten!

Prekindergarten Programs (4–5 Years)

When you walk into one of our pre-K classrooms, you’ll see artwork and
writing displayed around the room. Labels are everywhere to help kids connect
letters with words. You’ll also see pictures on the walls that reflect the families
in our community. Your child will also deepen their knowledge in language,
math, science, Spanish, and social skills.

Before- and After-School Programs (5–12 Years)

You can count on us to provide reliable care for your school-ager while you’re
at work, with safe transportation from our center to your child’s school and
back! Whether your child wants to start a drama club, build a volcano, or
create a comic book, they will have a place to follow their dreams. Your child
will start and end the day with a whole lot of fun!

School Break Programs (preschool, prekindergarten, and school-age)

Winter break, spring break, summer break—when school’s out (but you still need to work), you
can count on KinderCare to provide a safe and supportive learning environment that’s focused
on fun. We welcome children ages 5–12 during school break times and make sure they have a
sensational, screen-free experience they won’t forget.

Learning Adventures – Enrichment Program

Cooking Academy™ (3 – 12 Years)

In Cooking Academy, kids learn new recipes from cultures around the world and
develop a healthy relationship with food. They’ll whip up everything from Southwest
rainbow lettuce wraps to pumpkin muffins, building their skills in STEM, communication,
and more along the way. And yes—little chefs get to eat their culinary creations!

Music Explorers™ (2 – 4 Years)

KinderCare families are already giving a standing ovation to our newest Learning
Adventures program: Music Explorers! Kids will learn to sing, move, listen, play
instruments, and even create their own tunes. Our original curriculum blends math,
science, social studies, literacy, and mindfulness (think yoga!) for a uniquely KinderCare
way of learning the foundations of music.

Phonics Adventures® (2 – 4 Years)

Learning how to read is a whole lot of fun at KinderCare! We help kids grow to love
books and words (and get ready for kindergarten) in our Phonics Adventures program.
From discovering the basics of vowels to practicing poetry, kids learn all about letters
and sounds in small-group lessons made just for their age group. (Bonus: Kids who
attend our phonics program are more prepared than their peers for school—and we
have the data to prove it.)

Spanish

Spanish Adventures provides young learners with a foundation for later success with
the Spanish language. Music, games, children’s Spanish literature, and other tools give
children multiple opportunities to hear, practice, and see Spanish language to develop
vocabulary and conversation skills. Curriculum includes lessons on greetings, numbers,
colors, animals, family, body parts, and pets, as well as how to engage conversationally
during common scenarios at home, a restaurant, or at the zoo.

Our Teachers

We’re the only company in early childhood education to select teachers based on natural talent. Being a great educator isn’t enough though.
KinderCare teachers are also amazing listeners, nurturers, boo-boo fixers, and smile-makers. Put more simply,
we love our teachers and your child will, too.

Meet just a few of our amazing KinderCare teachers!

A KINDERCARE TEACHER WITH

An Artist’s Heart

“My classroom is full of art!” says Mary Annthipie-Bane, an award-winning early childhood educator at KinderCare. Art and creative expression, she says, help children discover who they really are.

We put our best-in-class teachers in a best-in-class workplace. We’re so proud to have been named one of Gallup’s 37 winners of the Great Workplace Award.
When you put great teachers in an engaging center, your children will experience
an amazing place to learn and grow.

Family Stories

Don’t take our word for it. Hear what our families have to say about our amazing center!


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If you have a story about your experience at KinderCare,

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Who Are KinderCare Families?

They hail from hundreds of cities across the country from countless backgrounds, and proudly represent every walk in life. What our families have in common,
though, is the want to give their children the best start in life. We are so proud to be their partner in parenting.

Hear from just a few of our amazing KinderCare families.

A Globe-Trotting Family Finds A

Home in Houston

Four young children, four different passports, two languages, two full-time jobs…oh, and a few triathlons thrown in for good measure.
Meet the globe-trotting Colettas—a family on the go.

Frequently Asked Questions

What accreditations does KinderCare have?

We are your trusted caregiver. Our centers are state-licensed and regularly inspected to make sure everything meets or exceeds standards, including child-to-teacher ratios and safe facilities. Our centers aren’t just licensed—most are accredited, too! Find out more.

Do you offer part-time schedules at Yakima KinderCare?

Everybody’s schedule is different. We’re happy to offer quality, affordable part-time and full-time childcare. Drop-in care may also be available. Reach out to your Center Director to learn more.

How does naptime work at Yakima KinderCare?

Our teachers meet every child’s needs during naptime. Our teachers know how to get babies to nap. In fact, they are pros at getting children of any age to nap. Visit our article on “10 Ways We Help Kids Get a Great Daycare Nap” to learn more.

Do you support alternative diets?

We strive to be as inclusive as possible. To that point, we provide a vegetarian option at mealtime, take care to not serve common allergens and can adapt menus based on your child’s food sensitivities. If your child has additional needs, we’ll work with you to figure out a plan.

Are meals included in tuition? Can I choose to send my child with lunch?

We provide nutritious meals and snacks developed by a registered dietician to meet the needs of rapidly growing bodies and minds. If your child has special dietary requirements and you would prefer to bring in their lunch, please make arrangements with the center director.

Does my child need to be potty-trained?

Every child begins toilet learning at a different age. Until your child shows an interest in toilet learning, we’ll provide diaper changes on an as-needed basis. When your child shows an interest, we’ll discuss how to work together to encourage toilet learning.

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Teachers at Yakima KinderCare job in Yakima at KinderCare Education LLC

KinderCare Education LLC

Yakima, WA

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Description

Our Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, verbal, and cognitive development. Our Teachers are committed to making their center successful and know that creating meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team play a crucial role in that success.

As a member of our teaching staff, you will:

  • Create a safe, nurturing environment where children can play and learn
  • Partner with parents with a shared desire to provide the best care and education for their children
  • Support your center’s success by partnering with center staff and leadership to achieve goals around enrollment, accreditation, and engagement
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners
  • Implement KCE’s curriculum in a way that is consistent with the unique needs of each child

The benefits our career professionals enjoy:

  • Medical, dental and vision
  • Childcare benefit
  • Paid time off
  • Education assistance and reimbursement
  • Medical expense reimbursement/ Life insurance/Disability benefits/ Health and wellness programs
  • 401(k) savings and investment plan with employer match

Qualifications

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain
  • Active Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential (or willing to obtain)
  • Completed 12 core ECE Units Infant/toddler OR BA Degree in Child Development
  • Must be physically able to use a computer with basic proficiency, lift a minimum of 40 pounds, and work indoors or outdoors
  • Ability to assume postures in low levels to allow physical and visual contact with children, see and hear well enough to keep children safe, and engage in physical activity with children
  • Read, write, understand, and speak English to communicate with children and their parents in English
  • All center staff applicants must meet state specific guidelines for the role

Our highest priority has always been to keep our employees, children, families, and communities as safe and healthy as possible. Starting October 18, 2021, we began requiring COVID vaccinations or weekly COVID testing for all unvaccinated employees. We are also subject to state law, local ordinances, and Health Department requirements for child care workers or school staff.

KinderCare Education is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.

Minimum

$24K/yr

$36K/yr

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Maximum

$50K/yr

Tasks
  • Evaluate and grade students’ class work, laboratory work, assignments, and papers.
  • Prepare and deliver lectures to undergraduate or graduate students on topics such as molecular biology, marine biology, and botany.
  • Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction.
  • Prepare materials for laboratory activities and course materials, such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.
  • Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions.
  • Supervise students’ laboratory work.
  • Keep abreast of developments in the field by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional conferences.
  • Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records.
  • Compile, administer, and grade examinations, or assign this work to others.
  • Supervise undergraduate or graduate teaching, internship, and research work.
  • Assist students who need extra help with their coursework outside of class.
  • Advise students on academic and vocational curricula and on career issues.
  • Maintain regularly scheduled office hours to advise and assist students.
  • Conduct research in a particular field of knowledge and publish findings in professional journals, books, or electronic media.
  • Collaborate with colleagues to address teaching and research issues.
  • Select and obtain materials and supplies, such as textbooks and laboratory equipment.
  • Serve on academic or administrative committees that deal with institutional policies, departmental matters, and academic issues.
  • Provide students course-related experiences, such as field trips, outside the classroom.
  • Write grant proposals to procure external research funding.
  • Review papers for publication in journals.
  • Participate in student recruitment, registration, and placement activities.
  • Maintain or repair lab equipment.
  • Perform administrative duties, such as serving as department head.
  • Compile bibliographies of specialized materials for outside reading assignments.
  • Participate in campus and community events, such as giving presentations to the public.
  • Act as advisers to student organizations.
  • Provide professional consulting services to government or industry.
Skills
  • Reading Comprehension – Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
  • Active Listening – Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
  • Writing – Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
  • Speaking – Talking to others to convey information effectively.
  • Mathematics – Using mathematics to solve problems.
  • Science – Using scientific rules and methods to solve problems.
  • Critical Thinking – Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Active Learning – Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making.
  • Learning Strategies – Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new things.
  • Monitoring – Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
  • Social Perceptiveness – Being aware of others’ reactions and understanding why they react as they do.
  • Instructing – Teaching others how to do something.
  • Service Orientation – Actively looking for ways to help people.
  • Complex Problem Solving – Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
  • Judgment and Decision Making – Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.
  • Systems Analysis – Determining how a system should work and how changes in conditions, operations, and the environment will affect outcomes.
  • Systems Evaluation – Identifying measures or indicators of system performance and the actions needed to improve or correct performance, relative to the goals of the system.
  • Time Management – Managing one’s own time and the time of others.
Knowledge
  • Clerical – Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, stenography and transcription, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology.
  • Computers and Electronics – Knowledge of circuit boards, processors, chips, electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software, including applications and programming.
  • Mathematics – Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications.
  • Chemistry – Knowledge of the chemical composition, structure, and properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations that they undergo. This includes uses of chemicals and their interactions, danger signs, production techniques, and disposal methods.
  • Biology – Knowledge of plant and animal organisms, their tissues, cells, functions, interdependencies, and interactions with each other and the environment.
  • Medicine and Dentistry – Knowledge of the information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat human injuries, diseases, and deformities. This includes symptoms, treatment alternatives, drug properties and interactions, and preventive health-care measures.
  • Education and Training – Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects.
  • English Language – Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
  • Communications and Media – Knowledge of media production, communication, and dissemination techniques and methods. This includes alternative ways to inform and entertain via written, oral, and visual media.
  • Vacation & Paid Time Off
  • Tuition Assistance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Wellness Programs
  • Disability Insurance
  • Health Programs
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Group 5 “Funny notes”

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Surname

Name

Middle name

Teaching experience

Education

Professional retraining

Refresher courses

Stolyarova

Olga

Mikhailovna teacher of the highest category

22 y.o. 7 m. 4 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Pedagogical School No. 4 05/27/1978 kindergarten teacher

SPbAPPO Content and technologies of pre-school education 17.02.2010

St. Petersburg State University ITMO Fundamentals of information and communication technologies 03/26/2013

NOU DO “Harmony” Comprehensive logo-correctional and developmental work with children aged 2-7 years with speech disorders 17.05.2014

GBOU IMC Fundamentals of the content of modern education: federal state educational standard 10.04.2015

LLC “TSRIM” Developing games in the educational process of preschool 12.02.2016

PEI DPO “Training center “PROGRESS” Fire-technical minimum for teachers of preschool institutions 16.12.2016

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20. 03.2019

GBOU IMC Components of ICT competence of education system employees. Module: Computer graphics and animation in the professional activities of a teacher. Module: Interactive electronic whiteboards in the work of a teacher 10/28/2019

Shartova

Hope

Vitalievna teacher of the highest category

20 l. 2 m. 23 d.

higher professional Russian State Pedagogical University named after I.I. A.I. Herzen 11.06.2003 Logopedia

GAOU DPO “LOIRO” 06/25/2015 educator

SPbAPPO Pedagogical innovations in the artistic and creative development of preschoolers 10.01.2006

SPbAPPO Speech culture 11. 05.2007

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

Leontief

Anastasia

Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

Category 1

14 l. 11 m. 2 d.

higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

GAOU DPO Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education 02/14/2020 Physical culture in preschool education

LLC MOP TsDPO ExternOrganization and content of speech therapy work with preschool children in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard13. 01.2020

SPbGKU DPO UMC for Civil Defense and Emergencies Organization of measures to prevent and eliminate emergency situations 05.03.2020

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 10/23/2020

Matveeva

Irina

Gennadievna music director of the highest category

37 l. 2 m. 11 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Regional Cultural and Educational School 12/28/1979 cultural and educational work

SPbAPPO Innovative technologies for the formation of the dance culture of preschoolers01.12.2004

St. Petersburg Center for Creative Pedagogy “Anichkov Most” Modern technologies for the musical development of children 10/25/2013

GAOU DPO “Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education” Musical education of children in a preschool educational institution: traditions and innovations 11. 11.2013

GBOU IMC Fundamentals of the content of modern education: federal state educational standard 10.04.2015

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

The Group implements the EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

State budgetary preschool educational institution

kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborgsky district of St. Petersburg

Developing environment of the group

Group 6 “Friendly Crew”

eighteen

Surname

Name

Middle name

Teaching experience

Education

Professional retraining

Refresher courses

Savelyeva

Regina

Rashidovna teacher of the highest category

10 l. 2 m. 23 d.

higher professional Russian State Pedagogical University named after I.I. A.I. Gertsen 06/22/2006 primary school teacher

GAOU DPO “LOIRO” 06/25/2015 educator

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Computer literacy for educators 05.12.2014

LLC “TSRIM” Developing games in the educational process of preschool 12.02.2016

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of a teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 03/20/2019

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system. Module: Computer graphics and animation in the professional activities of a teacher. Module: Interactive electronic whiteboards in the work of a teacher 12/30/2019

Safonova

Alla

Dmitrievna teacher of the highest category

12 l. 2 m. 26 d.

higher professional Non-state educational institution of higher professional education “Moscow Financial and Legal Institute” 07/03/2013 accounting, analysis and audit

GAOU DPO “LOIRO” 06/25/2015 educator

Russian State Pedagogical University. A.I. Herzen 19.06.2015 education management

SPbAPPO The formation of the professional activity of the teacher of the preschool educational institution 04/29/2009

St. Petersburg State University ITMO Fundamentals of information and communication technologies March 23, 2013

LLC “TSRIM” Developing games in the educational process of preschool 12. 02.2016

PEI DPO “Training center “PROGRESS” Fire-technical minimum for teachers of preschool institutions 16.12.2016

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

Leontief

Anastasia

Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

Category 1

14 l. 11 m. 2 d.

higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

GAOU DPO Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education 02/14/2020 Physical culture in preschool education

LLC MOP TsDPO ExternOrganization and content of speech therapy work with preschool children in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard13. 01.2020

SPbGKU DPO UMC for Civil Defense and Emergencies Organization of measures to prevent and eliminate emergency situations 05.03.2020

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 10/23/2020

Matveeva

Irina

Gennadievna music director of the highest category

37 l. 2 m. 11 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad regional cultural and educational school 12/28/1979 cultural and educational work

SPbAPPO Innovative technologies for the formation of the dance culture of preschoolers01.12.2004

St. Petersburg Center for Creative Pedagogy “Anichkov Most” Modern technologies for the musical development of children 10/25/2013

GAOU DPO “Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education” Musical education of children in a preschool educational institution: traditions and innovations 11. 11.2013

GBOU IMC Fundamentals of the content of modern education: federal state educational standard 10.04.2015

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

The Group implements the EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

State budgetary preschool educational institution

kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborgsky district of St. Petersburg

Developing environment of the group

Group 4 “Talkers” (combined)

9

The group implements the educational program of preschool education

Preschool educational institution

kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborg district of St. Petersburg

and

The educational program of preschool education,

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State budgetary preschool educational institution

Kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborgsky district of St. Petersburg

Surname

Name

Middle name

Teaching experience

Education

Professional retraining

Refresher courses

Savosteeva

Tatiana

Ivanovna

teacher of the highest category

40 l. 4 m. 7 d.

higher professional Gomel State University 06/21/1986 Belarusian language and literature, Russian language and literature

SAEI DPO “LOIRO” 06/25/2015 educator

SPbAPPO Interactive methods in the educational process DO 14. 03.2006

LLC “TSRIM” Organization of the educational process in preschool educational institutions 12/16/2013

St. Petersburg State University ITMO Fundamentals of information and communication technologies 03/26/2013

LLC “TSRIM” Developing games in the educational process of preschool 12.02.2016

PEI DPO “Training center “PROGRESS” Fire-technical minimum for teachers of preschool institutions 16.12.2016

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

GBOU IMC Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 18.03.2019

LLC MOP TsDPO ExternOrganization and content of speech therapy work with preschool children in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard13. 01.2020

PEI DPO “Training center “PROGRESS” Management of state and municipal procurement 18.03.2020

Nechaeva

Elena

Nikolaevna

teacher

Category 1

3 y.2 m. 13 d.

vocational secondary Armavir branch of the Krasnodar training center 05/06/1994 080109. Accounting, analysis and audit (Economist)

secondary vocational GBPOU Pedagogical College No. 4 of St. Petersburg 06/29/2020 050704. Preschool education (Educator of preschool children)

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20. 03.2019

Mareycheva Evgenia Yurievna

speech pathologist

11l\11l

higher professional Russian State Pedagogical University named after I.I. A.I. Gertsen 06/28/2007 Speech therapy

Institute of Special Pedagogy and Psychology 28.06.2017 Speech therapy work with children and adults PEI Institute of Special Pedagogy and Psychology St. Petersburg Child neuropsychology: ways to increase the success of a child 10/31/2017
Chudologoped LLCEarly intervention: a strategy for the formation and development of speech in non-speaking children with combined disorders 11/30/2017
PEI Institute of Special Pedagogy and Psychology St. Petersburg On the border of neurology and pedagogy: how to help a child’s brain 12/16/2017
ZAO Social Program Service Vera Differential diagnosis and correction of phonetic speech disorders in the context of the Federal State Educational Standard 14. 04.2018
St. Petersburg Academy of Postgraduate Education Inclusive education as the main path to the social integration of children with developmental disabilities 01.06.2018
ZAO Social Program Service Vera Techniques for staging various sounds 02.06. 2018
CEI DPO Speech therapist Profi Universal system for the correction of phonetic speech disorders in children0578 School of game speech therapy Starting the speech of non-speaking children: how to teach a child to speak 17.03.2019
ANO DPO Speech therapist plus Training Center

Leontief

Anastasia

Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

Category 1

14 l. 11 m. 2 d.

higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

GAOU DPO Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education 02/14/2020 Physical Education in Preschool Education

LLC MOP TsDPO ExternOrganization and content of speech therapy work with children of preschool age in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard13. 01.2020

SPbGKU DPO UMC for Civil Defense and Emergencies Organization of measures to prevent and eliminate emergency situations 05.03.2020

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 10/23/2020

Tikhomirova Tatyana Yurievna

Music director

1 year

secondary professional

St. Petersburg GBPOU St. Petersburg Music and Pedagogical College 06/28/2021 (Music teacher, music director)

Group Development Environment

Group 8 “Caramels”

9

Surname

Name

Middle name

Teaching experience

Education

Professional retraining

Refresher courses

Tretyakova

Marina

Viktorovna teacher of the highest category

32 l. 2 m. 25 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Pedagogical School No. 4 07/01/1982 education in preschool institutions

SPbAPPO Methodological work of teachers as a means of improving the quality of environmental education 27.05.2010

St. Petersburg State University ITMO Fundamentals of information and communication technologies 03/26/2013

MNM Innovative forms of work with the family in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard 12.02.2015

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

GBOU IMC Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 12/28/2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of a teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 03/20/2019

Garbuz

Larisa

Alekseevna teacher of the highest category

32 l. 10 m. 23 d.

secondary vocational GOU SPO Pedagogical College No. 4 of St. Petersburg 07/01/1981 preschool education

St. Petersburg State University of Pedagogical Excellence0011

SPbAPPO Use of author’s programs and pedagogical technologies in work with preschool children 05/21/2007

NOU DO “Harmony” Project activity as an effective means of developing children’s abilities 05/28/2013

GOU IMC Computer literacy for employees of the education system02/05/2014

PEI DPO “Training center “PROGRESS” Fire-technical minimum for preschool teachers 12/16/2016

GOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20. 03.2019

Leontief

Anastasia

Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

Category 1

14 l. 11 m. 2 d.

higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

GAOU DPO Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education 02/14/2020 Physical culture in preschool education

LLC MOP TsDPO ExternOrganization and content of speech therapy work with children of preschool age in the context of the implementation of the Federal State Educational Standard 13. 01.2020

SPbGKU DPO UMC for Civil Defense and Emergencies Organization of measures to prevent and eliminate emergency situations 05.03.2020

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 10/23/2020

Matveeva

Irina

Gennadievna music director of the highest category

37 l. 2 m. 11 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Regional Cultural and Educational School 12/28/1979 cultural and educational work

SPbAPPO Innovative technologies for the formation of dance culture of preschoolers 01.12.2004

St. Petersburg Center for Creative Pedagogy “Anichkov Most” Modern technologies for the musical development of children 10/25/2013

GAOU DPO “Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education” Musical education of children in a preschool educational institution: traditions and innovations 11. 11.2013

GBOU IMC Fundamentals of the content of modern education: federal state educational standard 10.04.2015

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 31.01.2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

The Group implements the EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

State budgetary preschool educational institution

kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborgsky district of St. Petersburg

Developing environment of the group

Group 9 “Smeshariki”

ten

The Group implements the EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

State budgetary preschool educational institution

kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborgsky district of St. Petersburg

Surname

Name

Middle name

Teaching experience

Education

Professional retraining

Refresher courses

Volkova

Svetlana

Serafimovna teacher of the highest category

23 y. o. 11 min. 14 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Pedagogical School No. 5 06/30/1983 050704. Preschool education (Educator of preschool children)

GOU IMC Preschool education: development prospects 03/28/2016

GOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 01/31/2018

GOU IMC Components of the ICT competence of employees of the education system 18.03.2019

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

Grigorieva

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Vyacheslavovna

teacher of the highest category

6 l. 18 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Regional College of Culture and Arts 06/21/2006 070800. Arts and Crafts and Folk Crafts (Bachelor of Arts and Crafts)

“Vera” Social Program Service CJSC 12/15/2015 Innovative technologies for the early development of preschool children with the basics of speech therapy and logorhythmics

PEI DPO “Training center “PROGRESS” Fire-technical minimum for teachers of preschool institutions 16.12.2016

GBOU IMC Anti-corruption through education 01/31/2018

LLC TsOU Nevsky AllianceDevelopment of the professional competence of the teacher in the context of the professional standard and the Federal State Educational Standard of preschool education 20.03.2019

Leontief

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Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

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14 l. 11 m. 2 d.

higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

GAOU DPO Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education 02/14/2020 Physical Education in Preschool Education

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Tikhomirova Tatyana Yurievna

Music director

1 year

secondary professional

St. Petersburg GBPOU St. Petersburg Music and Pedagogical College 06/28/2021 (Music teacher, music director)

Group Development Environment

Group 10 “Octopussy”

eleven

The Group implements the EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF PRESCHOOL EDUCATION

State budgetary preschool educational institution

kindergarten No. 117 of the Vyborgsky district of St. Petersburg

Surname

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Teaching experience

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Valuyskikh

Ekaterina

Igorevna teacher of the first category

6 l. 5 m. 1 d.

higher professional PSPU named after S.M. Kirova Pskov 06/30/2009 Technology and Entrepreneurship (050502)

Institute for the Development of Education 05/28/2015 educator of preschool children

GBU DPO CPS IMC Components of the ICT competence of education system employees 12/30/2019

Yakim

Svetlana

Mikhailovna teacher of the highest category

15 l. 4 m. 26 d.

secondary vocational State educational institution of secondary vocational education Pedagogical College No. 4 St. Petersburg 06/23/2005 kindergarten teacher

Russian State Pedagogical University named after A. I. Herzen Implementation of the main educational program in kindergarten in the context of the introduction of the Federal State Educational Standard for preschool education 07.12.2013

SPB GBUK Central City Children’s Library. A.S. Pushkin Fundamentals of computer literacy 05/24/2012

SPbAPPO Regional system for the development of preschool education – a comprehensive model of modern educational spaces that ensures the availability of quality education and the successful socialization of children of early and preschool age 12/21/2012

IMC of the Vyborgsky district Fundamentals of the content of modern education: federal state educational standard 10.04.2015

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Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

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14 l. 11 m. 2 d.

higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

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Music director

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secondary professional

St. Petersburg GBPOU St. Petersburg Music and Pedagogical College 06/28/2021 (Music teacher, music director)

Group Development Environment

Group 11 “Fireflies”

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secondary vocational Leningrad Pedagogical School No. 4 07/01/1988 Preschool education

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GBOU IMC Fundamentals of the content of modern education: federal state educational standard 12/18/2015

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Pedagogical College No. 4 of St. Petersburg 06/14/1990 Preschool education

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Anastasia

Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

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Anastasia

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Physical education instructor

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higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

GAOU DPO Leningrad Regional Institute for the Development of Education 02/14/2020 Physical Education in Preschool Education

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Irina

Gennadievna music director of the highest category

37 l. 2 m. 11 d.

secondary vocational Leningrad Regional Cultural and Educational School 12/28/1979 cultural and educational work

St. Petersburg Center for Creative Pedagogy “Anichkov Most” Modern technologies for the musical development of children 10/25/2013

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higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 05/24/2008 teacher social and cultural activities

ANO DPO “St. Petersburg University of advanced training and professional retraining”

04/06/2018

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Infourok LLC

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Anastasia

Mikhailovna

Physical education instructor

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higher professional St. Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts 06/20/2005 Culturology

ANO DPO Institute for the Development of Education 11/19/2018 Education and Pedagogy

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Tikhomirova Tatyana Yurievna

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St. Petersburg GBPOU St. Petersburg Music and Pedagogical College 06/28/2021 (Music teacher, music director)

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Yakim Yanakov. The story of the wings. The person who defeated the 5th column. – Moscow Society of Greeks

In memory of our compatriot, Soviet and Russian commander, Lieutenant General of the Air Force Ya.I. Yanakov.

Yakim Ivanovich Yanakov passed away on June 22, 2017.

Air Force Lieutenant General Yakim Yanakov was born on June 10, 1943. For two years now, the Great Patriotic War has been going on, to which a good half of the Greeks of Tsalka who went to her home went and did not return to their homes.

Childhood in the high-mountainous Greek village of Gumbat in Trialeti, Georgia. Healthy genealogy, inherited from ancestors – peasants – the salt of the Earth. The patriarchal way of life – the main evidence of this is the fact that Yakim Yanakov knew only his native Greek to perfection until the 6th grade!

Of the many Greek villages in the Tsalka region, only four spoke the language of the distant ancestors of the Romani Greeks of Pontus: Santa, Kharaba, Tarson and his native Humbat. The mountains. Surreal dream flights, adolescent dreams of being likened to a proud mountain eagle slicing through the air with its wings (Song of Songs!), are given a completely realistic twist of fate. Tbilisi. His father takes him to a big city, thereby saving him from the patriarchal monotony of the provincial wilderness, from the reckless energy of mischievous village friends.

Tbilisi. Aeroclub. Yakimu 16. First parachute jump. The fear of heights was overcome by an even stronger sense of fear of “losing face”, a high sense of honor and dignity. “The worst thing is that I have never seen a plane, and then you still have to jump from it!”. … To the question of how his flying military biography developed in the presence of a direct character, he replies: “The truth under all circumstances will make its way, no matter what obstacles stand in the way.”

In 1965, the hero of the story is 22 years old, he already independently pilots the latest Su-7B jet fighter-bomber at that time. Why is this aircraft mentioned? Yes, because the combat training (double) version of this machine did not exist. It was possible to learn how to control it, to master the peculiarities of piloting only in the air, exposing oneself to high risk. Therefore, a flight on this heavy high-speed aircraft (without an instructor!) could only be performed by a truly courageous and competent pilot, able to control himself in a critical situation.

After an excellent graduation from the school, the young lieutenant Yanakov, as an instructor pilot, remained to teach the flying skills of young cadets. Later, in an interview, Yakim Ivanovich Yanakov will say that for him it has become a real school of life. Thousands of cadets found their dream, became cool military pilots, thanks to their mentor Yakim Yanakov.

Yakim Yanakov, a young pilot, started his aviation career on the Yak-18A aircraft, manufactured by Arsenyevskiy Progress. Much later, already being the first deputy director of Progress, Yakim Ivanovich would jokingly say that “whatever one may say, I have been connected with Progress since my youth . ..”.

A natural analytical mind, rational thinking, the ability to take risks, brilliant organizational skills and simple human decency – these are the main features that helped Yakim Yanakov become an officer-mentor of a new formation – highly professional, thinking outside the box, meeting the spirit of the times.

Anatoliy Bortnik “To the 75th anniversary of AAC “Progress”: in the sky and on the ground – in the name of the Motherland”. Newspaper “Business-Ars”

Yeisk Higher Aviation School (1965), Air Force Academy named after Gagarin (1972). Years of service in his native school, the post of head of the Higher Aviation School in Barnaul, from where, with the rank of major general (1987), he was transferred to the post of 1st deputy commander of the Air Force of the Volga-Ural District. Two years later, Yakim Yanakov became deputy head of military educational institutions of the USSR Air Force, and five years later – head of the Air Force Military Education Department and was awarded the rank of lieutenant general. Honored Military Pilot of the USSR, Candidate of Military Sciences. Highly professional pilot. Mastered dozens of types of aviation equipment, including MIG-29and SU-27. Ya.I.Yanakov is the leading developer of the basics for improving flight skills.

Ya.I.Yanakov is one of the few Greeks who managed to overcome the unspoken “residence requirement” that limited their career to the rank of colonel (like Admiral M.N. Khronopulo, General A.F. Vouraki), which existed in Soviet times. He, remember the legendary film “Officers”, belongs just to that caste of people in uniform, for which the categories “I have the honor”, “I serve the Fatherland” are filled with deep meaning.

Being already a general, he did not leave flying practice – the “extreme” aircraft that Ya.I. Yanakov mastered was the legendary Su-27 fighter.

During his service he had a chance to master the Yak-18, MiG-17, L-29, L-39, Su-7B, Su-17, MiG-21, MiG-23MLD, MiG-29 and Su-27 aircraft, flying a total of 4500 hours. Performing the mandatory program, he made 30 parachute jumps. He was awarded the honorary title “Honored Pilot of the USSR”, has a number of state awards. Candidate of military sciences.

In 1998, Lieutenant General of Aviation, Honored Military Pilot of the USSR, holder of many government awards, Yakim Yanakov retired from the Russian Armed Forces due to age.

Leo Tolstoy once noticed that people’s actions are driven by vanity. Probably so. After all, we try to make any serious undertaking better than others, we strive to be noticed. But here’s the paradox – in the process of creation, the master, absorbed in work, does not feel a thirst for glory.

The process of creation itself brings him the highest satisfaction, the process of moving towards the intended goal. This process is already so important for him that it becomes the meaning of life. Such selfless people devoted to their work, including our compatriot Ya.I. Yanakov, always command respect.

And the assessment of his military, research, methodological and practical flight activities in the field of combat training of military pilots is a scientific degree – candidate of military sciences. The experience he gained while serving in the Armed Forces is in demand in production.
Since 2004, Ya.I.Yanakov has held the position of First Deputy Managing Director of the Arsenyev Airlines Progress, and behind his shoulders has a wealth of experience in managing aviation units and a serious flight practice. Due to the duty of his work, according to his character, Yakim Ivanovich constantly visits the divisions of the enterprise, delving into the course of the production process, which is why all the workers of our huge plant know him very well. Managers know his exactingness and tough temper, while workers and specialists know his ability to listen and get to the bottom of various production problems. Many are amazed by the fact that Yakim Ivanovich (who is respectfully called “general” at the plant behind his back) manages to keep in mind thousands of cases that take place at the enterprise, remembers the smallest details of production operations – and not only remembers, but also on time asks for deadlines.

Ya.I. Yanakov is a senior manager. He deeply and competently understands the problematic issues of production and always finds adequate ways to solve them. An excellent psychologist, he directs the efforts of the team towards the fulfillment of production tasks by personal example. This is that rare type of leader with whom there is always a desire to work, share painful problems, seek advice and help. This is a person who cares about the cause with his soul, – this is how Sergey Kharin, director of production, spoke about the first deputy.
Chief technologist Alexander Martekha was able to succinctly convey something very important: Yakim Ivanovich is an extraordinary personality. His enthusiasm, energy, incredible performance are the envy of many young professionals.

This is the highest mark – so many kind words addressed to one person.

Anatoliy Bortnik “To the 75th anniversary of AAC “Progress”: in the sky and on the ground – in the name of the Motherland”. Newspaper “Business-Ars”

In conclusion, I will add that the fate of our compatriot took place precisely because of his outstanding human and professional qualities. The Greek young man from the Greek village of the “Siberian” outback of Georgia, Yakim Yanakov, created his biography of an outstanding Soviet military leader in spite of all “instructions”, the “fifth column”, because in this story about a real person on his life path he had many good and worthy people who understood that this guy was a pilot from God.

Yakim Yanakov could have been a military commander on a larger scale. He could become the commander of the Air Force, one of the deputies of the Minister of Defense. In his spirit, he was a statesman, for whom the main thing in life is honor and the Motherland. His students achieved greater positions than their teacher, who for the rest of their lives remained an example for them – how to remain a man under any life circumstances, not to sell, there are such examples among the military leaders of Russia, the soul to the devil, not to exchange honor for 30 pieces of silver .

I was lucky to know General Yakim Yanakov. After our rare conversations, thoughts came to mind: “All is not lost yet. As long as there are such people in our country, it still has a chance to be a great power in every sense.”

Our conversation with Yakim Ivanovich was 10 years long (2002-2012).

Over the past 5 years, I have repeatedly tried to meet with him, asking for the assistance of his nephews Albert and Vasily, but in fact all the time Yakim Ivanovich was in the Far East, where he faithfully fulfilled his duty to Russia.

– Yakim Ivanovich, tell us how you found your dream?


– Remember the verses: “The Caucasus is under me. Alone in the heights
I stand above the snows at the edge of the rapids…
The eagle, rising from a distant peak,
Soars motionless along with me on a par…»

After all, I grew up in the Caucasus in the small Greek village of Gumbat in Trialeti, my childhood was spent in the mountains. It always seemed to me that these lines were written about me in some fantastic way – so precisely the poet conveyed what was happening in my soul. We ran into the mountains in the morning, barefoot, a loaf of bread in our pocket – and for the whole day. They fled to where the spirit is breathtaking from the insane heights and incomprehensible beauty of the universe. Just imagine: you are standing on top, and there, far below, a stunning panorama opens up – a majestic valley, cut by a silvery thread of the river, and far away, already in a haze, an icy mountain lake with a bright glare. And very close, almost touching, the eagle, sung by Alexander Pushkin, soars. Looking at him and far down, we delightedly felt the feeling of his flight. That’s when I fell ill with the sky.

– …Tell us about your ancestors, the history of their presence in Georgia.

– I began to ask my father about

who my grandfathers and great-grandfathers were quite late. My father, by that time an 80-year-old man,

behind whom was the work of an agronomist and even the chairman of a collective farm, sparingly told me: “Son, all your ancestors were simple illiterate peasants. Their roots are from the Kars region of Turkey.” According to the results of the Russian-Turkish war of 1828-1829years, during which the local Greek population

actively supported Russia of the same faith (Andrianopol peace treaty, 09/2/1829) the lands of Kars and Erzurum regions remained with Turkey, which forced the Greeks to ask for protection from Russia, from Tsar Nicholas 1st . That is how we came to these places. The king allocated gold for the acquisition of land for the Greeks. … And when the nationalists in Georgia clouded people’s brains in the early 1990s – they say that all this is ours, the Greeks raised documents – their ownership of these lands. But it was impossible to live in such conditions. People actually fled – some to Greece, some to Russia.

– … Tell us about your dream of becoming a military pilot.

– The dream of becoming a military pilot, of course, was supported by a vivid example of the legendary Kokkinaki brothers (Vladimir and Konstantin), Grigory Bakhchivandzhi. They were beacons for us Greek boys from the 1940s and 1950s. As schoolboys, we knew that they were Greeks and were terribly proud of it. I remember in 1960, in Tbilisi, at the funicular on the stands, where there were fresh newspapers, a portrait of Vladimir Kokkinaki in a high-altitude OGK suit.

– Did you know Vladimir Konstantinovich Kokkinaki?

– Alas, no. He had already left when I worked in the Mikoyanovsky and Yakovlevsky design bureaus. In the early 1990s, I took over the Ilyushin design bureau, where he used to be.

– … Pilot and military leader Yakim Yanakov was born in an flying club in Tbilisi?

– I think it is. I combined the 9th and 10th grades of the Tbilisi school with my studies at the flying club. The first parachute jump was made in tandem with a master of sports. With Yak-12. He fell out almost unconsciously – the fear of being afraid was stronger than fear. before the jump. The portrait of the legendary compatriot test pilot Vladimir Kokkinaki in Pravda put an end to the choice of fate. The expected call to the Yeysk Higher Military Aviation School of Pilots came unexpectedly. Having borrowed money, on the third shelf of the common carriage, I, a descendant of the Greeks of the freedom-loving Pontus, headed towards my fate. Shel 1961 years old The country gained space, the first space son of the earth, Yuri Gagarin. It’s warm outside. We were proud of the country and believed in the future.

– … Our Russian Fatherland, a guarantee of its national security, needs a powerful army, aviation and navy.

– Military aviation is an expensive but necessary pleasure. This is a matter of the national security of the Russian Fatherland (as well as the Greek Fatherland – approx. N.S.). … A serious test for aviation was the collapse of the Soviet Union. Science, technology. A combat fighter is 30-40 million dollars. Being left behind today means you can’t catch up tomorrow. And this means that others, for example, the United States of America, will dictate a lot to us …

– What does it mean to you to be Greek? In the army, this feeling does not “fall asleep”?

In the 1970s I studied at the Air Force Academy. I really wanted to read and understand Greek. I knew our Greek (Pontic dialect – approx. N.S.) perfectly – until the 6th grade I organically felt only in it! … A huge bookstore on Kalininsky Prospekt. It was a time when a junta of “black colonels” was in power in Greece. I am severely disappointed – in a large store there is not a single book, a textbook in Greek. … A call from one of my friends who served in Tashkent puts me in a state of euphoria: “Yakim, a Greek newspaper is being published here!” I wrote it out (“Neos Dromos” – approx. N.S.) and received it until the last moment of its existence. I knew that this, despite her belonging to the brotherly Communist Party of Greece (KKE), could harm my career. The watchful eye of the “organs”, for which the newspaper’s belonging to the Greek communists did not play the role of an indulgence. … So I drove piles of these newspapers to the garrisons, but I couldn’t really read! The Greek in me has never “fallen asleep”! For me, all the joys and sorrows of our Greek homeland are also mine.

– …A cautionary tale for all of us, for our youth.

– … So that this trouble does not happen! I was never ashamed of my nation, always written in Greek. … And that moved me. The mountains and my roots gave me a lot of health and energy. In no case should one lose the national face, originality in our multinational Russian state. And knowledge of the language is the most important attribute of national identity. … For our young people, additional opportunities for self-realization have appeared, because. in today’s Russia there are no such restrictions for persons of non-indigenous nationality, to which the Greeks belonged, that existed in the Soviet era of our history – they could not hold major government posts, etc.

So, I appeal to our Greek youth, go for it! In life and in the part of “being a Greek” – do not justify your Greek backwardness with “reasons”.

– Your wishes to the leaders of the Greek social movement.

– … 20 years ago, when I was the head of the garrison in Barnaul, I had the opportunity to meet my fellow tribesman – the head of the city of thermal power networks Dimitriadi. We talked, and for each of us it was spiritual and emotional nourishment. What am I getting at? … We must know each other, help each other. Societies, the Association should deal with this. To unite all Greeks, to represent the Greeks of Russia’s rights and interests. … In our Greek societies, their leaders should be the best of the best, who have the moral right to represent the Greeks at all levels. Our Greek leaders should be servants of the people, not their masters.

– When did General Yakim Yanakov meet his Moscow compatriots in person?

– … Around 1993-1994. Someone brought me to the Greek club on Sapunova 7. We all need a permanent platform for daily communication. Veterans and young people who, in an informal format of communication with older generations, will know better the history of our people, our ancestors – in all its dramatic manifestations. Ignorance of one’s roots is a betrayal of the memory of one’s fathers and grandfathers. He who does not know his past has lost the right to the future. This is a terrible tragedy – to be “Ivans who do not remember their relationship.” It is impossible to be happy outside your own people! This is Cain’s sin.

– … Most of the astronauts left the military aviation.

… Didn’t this dream captivate you in your youth?

– Some of them I have warm camaraderie relations with. With the great Soviet (Russian) cosmonaut, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, the savior of the Salyut-7 station Vladimir Dzhanibekov (then he was Krysin), we were friends, being cadets of the flight school. … As for the dream of becoming an astronaut. There were such thoughts. This dream was realized for myself and for me by our compatriot, my countryman Fyodor Nikolayevich Yurchikhin.

Our Fedor calls from space to his parents in Thessaloniki and speaks to them in our native language of the Romani Greeks of Pontus.

With pleasure, if he calls me from space, I will support our conversation in his native language and me. Imagine how great it is, Russian General Yakim Yanakov and Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin speak to each other in their native language of their ancestors from the proud and sacred Pontus.

– …What does the word patriotism mean to you?

– …Look what is happening around us. Lack of morality. Low culture. Fraud and embezzlement. Hypocrisy and lies. A layer of nouveaux riches living in flagrant luxury. The greed of rulers. Their children and wives are morally decomposed. A glaring gap between the rich and the poor (beggars). Upstart majors disgrace the country. … We have robbed millions – invest them in production, in creating jobs! The public needs to be raised, but in Russia it is, alas, dead. There is no civil society in Russia. This, in addition to all the obvious economic difficulties, is the most terrible misfortune. People, through their public institutions, must strictly control the government so that it does not “reign”, but serves the people, does not decay. For the people to demand from the leaders they have elected. Patriotism is professionalism, faithful service to the Fatherland, so that there are no lies and populism, mediocre agitprop. …Patriotism is a professional parliament without “singers” and “sportsmen”, it is before the law that everyone should be equal. Despite all this, I remain an incorrigible optimist. We will clean our Russia from all this “garbage”. Good will conquer evil. This is biblical truth…

– …Our Greece will rise from its knees?

Greek politics needs national leaders who will think and act day and night for the good of the country, not their parties and clans.

– Do you believe in the great future of Russia?

We have no other way. Either Russia will be great or it will be pulled away in the same way as it was with the USSR in December 1991. There are enough people who want to “sell their homeland”. It should be added that great Russia is not only a powerful army and navy, the best missiles in the world, being leaders in space, but also a decent life for its citizens. Either that, or another Russian revolt senseless and merciless.

– The collapse of the Soviet Union is your personal tragedy…

Yes, for me it is still an unhealed wound. Could the country be saved? Undoubtedly! If Gorbachev and Yeltsin shoved their petty “I” into a distant box. So much for the notorious role of the individual in history. Wrong ruler. We are reaping the year 1917. Further 1991. Almost lost Russia in the 1990s.

– … Last parting words to our compatriots.

– Love our people, their history and culture, our traditions and customs, be bearers of historical memory, which has many tragic pages. To be a Greek is, believe me, a lot of obligations. We have many of our compatriots, our contemporaries, the living and the departed, whom we can rightfully be proud of. Odysseus Dimitriadi, Theoharis Kessidi, Victor Sarianidi, Alexander Zguridi, Fyodor Yurchikhin, Hristo Takhchidi…

In this Greek list of our honor and pride, we will supplement it with the names of the great scientist Georgy Ksandopulo, generals Andrey Vuraka and Yakim Yanakov, Admiral Mikhail Khronopulo, artist Elena Kamburova, scientist Gavriil Popov, as well as our other outstanding compatriots.

Yakim Ivanovich Yanakov. Soviet and Russian military commander. Patriot of Russia and Greece. A story about a real person, about the fate of a Greek.

Nikos Sidiropoulos. Moscow.

P . S . Our compatriot passed away on the day of mourning and sorrow on June 22, 2017. On this day, we, hundreds of thousands of Greeks from the former Soviet space, bowing our heads deeply for those who died during the holy war, bow to the memory of our outstanding compatriot General Yakim Yanakov, who faithfully served our Fatherland.

He was buried at the Troekurovsky cemetery next to the army general, soldier of the Holy War, Fatherland Valentin Varennikov.

Afterword

Publication dated June 2003 about the meeting in the Moscow House of Nationalities with Air Force Lieutenant General Ya.I.Yanakov.

June 18, 2003 in the Moscow House of Nationalities AGOOR, MOG, GU MDN held a meeting of the Greek diaspora of Moscow with Lieutenant General of Aviation, Honored Military Pilot, Candidate of Military Sciences Yakim Ivanovich Yanakov. The host of the evening, the Chairman of the MTF, Konstantinos Shotidis, congratulated General Yanakov on behalf of the Greeks of Moscow on his recent anniversary – the 60th anniversary. Warm words addressed to the hero of the day were said by the chairman of the Council of Veterans of the MOG, General Andrei Fedorovich Vuraki, the president of the Society for Friendship with the Peoples of Greece and Cyprus, Marina Lvovna Rytova, and cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin (it turns out that the cosmonaut and the honored pilot have common roots – Fyodor’s mother Mikrula Sofokliyevna Yurchikhina-Grammatikopulo and General Ya.I.Yanakov comes from the same village!Deciphering the gene code of the “Poem of Wings”!On behalf of the Ambassador of Greece to Russia Dimitrios Paraskevopoulos, General Yakim Yanakov was congratulated by the 3rd Secretary of the Embassy, ​​Ms. Despina Koukoulopoulou.

The Greek ensemble presented the hero of the day with a performance of melodies close to his heart, the dance ensemble of the MOG “Αναγέννηση” – native Pontic dances!

Health, happiness, fulfillment of all cherished desires, our dear Man!

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  • 2 Student life
  • 3 Elementary special functions and programs
  • 4 Special capabilities and programs for elementary grades
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History

Riverside Christian School began in 1973 as a ministry Westside Baptist Church under Rev. Hal Campbell and founding principal Richard D. Lyon. The original name was Westside Christian School. In its first year, the school had 35 students, and since then the number of students has grown to over 400. [1] Through a broad base of interests and anticipated future expansion, Riverside has become an independent corporation, true to its heritage and committed to serving the entire Christian community. In the spring of 2007, Riverside received full accreditation from the International Association of Christian Schools and the International Association of Christian Schools. Northwestern Accreditation Commission.

Student Life

There are annual traditions that make Riverside Christian Elementary School unique. For most classes, there is one large field trip or event each year that is unique to that class. Each class also participates in a variety of other field trips throughout the year. As a rule, each trip is a continuation of the applicable training program. Other traditions at Riverside Christian School include community service projects at every grade level, a school-wide thanksgiving chapel of praise, an Easter chapel, two major music/drama performances each year, an afternoon fine arts festival and open house, weekly chapels, swim parties, or ice skating to celebrate the end of each semester, junior and senior retreats, 8th grade colonial East Coast tour and high school homecoming, tolo, prom and high school trip.

Elementary Special Features and Programs

  • Christmas Performances (Pre-K – Grade 3)
  • Spring Play and Concert (Grades 4-6)
  • Weekly Arts, Library, P.E. and Music
  • Fine Arts Festival (Grades 4-6)
  • Mission Projects and Community Outreach
  • Weekly Bible Study and Chapel
  • Field Trips for All Levels of Education
  • Emphasis on Computer Keyboard Teaching (Grades 2-6)
  • Starting and intermediate stripes

Special possibilities and programs for elementary grades

  • 3-DIAL RETRIT with a spiritual accent in early September
  • Average range
  • Drama
  • Quarterly mission projects and public outreach
  • Weekly apprenticeship in high school
  • Access to state-of-the-art computer lab
  • Accelerated Mathematics Course
  • Weekly memorization of the Bible
  • Tour along the eastern coast of the 8th grade
  • Student council
  • Competitive athletics
  • Special functions and programs for senior grade

  • beginning of September
  • 5 advanced training courses
  • Instrumental music and orchestra
  • Disciplinary art education
  • Elective drama with two main performances
  • Foreign language
  • Christian ministry requirements and community outreach
  • Weekly high school apprenticeship
  • Access to a modern computer lab
  • Accelerated math and junior university courses
  • Athletics
  • Cheerleading
  • Student Council
  • Academic Competition: Knowledge Cup, Apple Bowl 9 “Riverside Christian School Profile (2020) | Yakima, Washington. Private School Overview . Retrieved 2020-02-06.
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            You can select any of the agency types below to find more information about these services in your state. Once you select one of the agencies below, select your state under the “Get Child Care Resources”. You will then see a variety of child care related resources including information about finding quality child care and financial assistance for families.

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            Child care licensing agencies: Licensing agencies set basic rules that must be followed to legally run a child care program. The purpose of these basic licensing regulations is to help protect the health and safety of children in child care. When states set these rules, they include different rules for different kinds of child care programs, such as child care centers and family child care homes. Here are some examples of topics covered by basic licensing regulations:

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            Not all child care providers are required to be licensed, so it is important to check to see if the child care program you are considering is licensed.

            The requirements for licensing vary across states and there are many different kinds of programs that may not be required to be licensed. You may not be able to tell if a provider is licensed just by visiting or talking to with the provider. Ask to see a license and check with the agency that is responsible for child care licensing in your state.

            Child care assistance agencies: If you need help paying for child care, assistance may be available. Each state has an agency that is responsible for a child care assistance program that helps low-income families pay for child care. Each state has its own guidelines for who is eligible for assistance. These agencies may also help you learn about child care options in your state and local area.

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            THE Top 10 Daycares in Pawtucket, RI | Affordable Prices

            Daycares in Pawtucket, RI

            Description:

            The Children’s Workshop provides busy, working parents with the quality childcare and early education they deserve at an affordable price. We’ve been dedicated to caring for and educating young childrenthroughout RI and MA since 1990. Our teachers have created a nurturing environment where children can feel happy, confident, and proud of what they accomplish. Our schools are all unique and serve their direct community – no cookie-cutter facilities or programs – because every child deserves specialized and unique attention based on his or her needs. Our curriculum provides a strong foundation for children’s academic success and our programs are innovative, challenging and fun.
            We invite you to come visit one of our schools and learn more about us… we can’t wait to meet you!…

            Nicole E

            12 Oak Rd, Pawtucket, RI 02861

            Costimate: $224/wk

            Description:

            I have been working with children for 5 years. I have been babysitting for multiple children since age 15. I received my teaching assistant certification through the vocational program at Coventry High School.I began as an intern for the Little Oakers integrated pre-school, working with children of special needs. I then interned and later was hired as a teaching assistant for a childcare center where I spent the last 2 years as the head toddler teacher. I am in school for early childhood ed and special ed. I love children and aspire to open my own center when I am finished with school. Travel is not a problem. I have numerous references upon request….

            Description:

            Evelyn home day care is RI licensed.

            Elbebe Daycare

            197 Beverage Hill Ave, Pawtucket, RI 02860

            Starting at $150/wk

            Description:

            Elbebe Daycare is a child care facility based in Pawtucket that offers various programs that address the education needs of children from different age groups. The main goal of Elbebe Daycare is to preparechildren for higher and advanced education by providing them with programs that will assist in their holistic development; programs that will foster a love for learning. The company also offers after-school care programs and various summer activities like dance, karate, and computer classes.

            Description:

            I have been working at a daycare for over a year. I have experience with all different ages. I take care of infants, toddlers, and school age kids. The ages of the school age range from 5 to 11-year-olds. Ialso work with early school age kids from 4-6-year-olds. I can relate with all these children and I always find ways for them to have fun!…

            Description:

            Our unique curriculum is based on the latest research on how children learn and develop early literacy, math, comprehension, physical and social skills.
            Our extraordinary administrators and educators createnurturing and secure environments where children are eager to learn in a way that’s natural and fun for them….

            Description:

            First Step Day Care Inc is a child care facility in Pawtucket offering early care and education services that are geared towards infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The company’s goal is to provide childrenwith a safe and stimulating learning atmosphere where they can grow and develop intellectually, physically, and socially.

            Description:

            Pawtucket Day Child Development Center is a child care facility located at 25 Thornley St. Pawtucket, RI. Their facility provides a safe, loving and caring learning environment to enhance the development ofchildren and to convey warmth, understanding, enthusiasm and joy….

            Description:

            The Early Darlington Child Center is an establishment situated in Pawtucket, RI that provides services for the students in the community. This child care organization accepts children in the community rangingfrom toddlers and preschoolers. This child care center started operating in the year 1981 and can accommodate a total of up to 78 students in maximum capacity….

            Description:

            NOW ENROLLING. We currently have 2 immediate opening available for ages 2 years and older. I am Licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. Our program is open year round Mondaythrough Friday from 8:00 to 5:00. i have my Associates degree in Early Childhood Education and have over 24 years experience in the family child care field.
            Our child care is a combination of child care and preschool which gives the children the advantages of being in a smaller setting while gaining skills that they will need. Having children in the same setting and with the same teacher year after year also provides children with a sense of security,consistency, and trust making it a more comfortable learning environment for your child. Each day your child will have an exciting. fun and educational learning experience.. It is my wish to provide a place for your child to learn and grow.
            We provide Arts and Crafts, Manipulative, Music, Books, Puzzle, Free Play, Table activities, Science Area, Dramatic Play. Large outdoor playground each day.
            Please email me at
            [email protected] for more information. I look forward to hearing from you…

            Description:

            I am a family home childcare provider. I have been providing licensed childcare for 35 years here in Seekonk. I provide a fun learning environment for Infants approx. 9 months old to preschool age. I enjoyseeing all the milestones they reach in the first 3 years of their life. When it is time to leave for preschool, they are well prepared. The children arrive excited to see each other each day. Please consider joining our small, happy group. Looking forward to working together with you in the growth of your child. Licensed for 6 children but keeping number to under 6 little ones during Covid….

            Description:

            Kats Dance Centre & Performing Arts – Where you learn to dance and join a family!
            At KDCPA we take our roles as mentors and teachers in your child’s life very seriously. It is our objective to inspire apassion for the art of dance in every child who passes through our doors. In the process, we strive to set the right example and help your child (and you) create memories that will last a lifetime.
            For 35 years KDCPA has been committed to providing dance and performing arts classes to enhance the overall development of a child. We provide a safe and child-centered environment to encourage, and help our students explore the art of dance with qualified, nurturing teachers and staff.
            We believe that dance and the performing arts promote creativity, self-confidence, focus, empowerment, healthy mind & body, positive self image, improves coordination skills, and give children the freedom to express themselves through movement.
            KDCPA is very family oriented and is not a competitive dance studio. We start our students as young as 21 months old and continue up through adults. We have several performances throughout the year for our students to enjoy. We travel to Walt Disney to perform, we have holiday celebrations, family functions, fundraisers and more to enjoy.
            Students begin friendships here that have lasted the test of time. It is a positive place for both students and parents. Our classes are kept small, and our younger classes have 1 teacher and 2 or more assistants in each class. Parents can view the class in progress while sitting in our waiting room from our TV monitor. This helps to alleviate the anxiety of separation.
            We would love for you to try us on for size before registering and paying any fees! You are welcome to come in and take a FREE class, meet the staff, see the studio and asks questions! We want to be sure we are the right studio for you before registering.
            We offer classes in: Jazz, Pop Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Pointe, Lyrical, Hip-Hop, Hippity Hop, Acrobatics, Preschool, Tiny-Tots, Tiny Tumblers, Theatre & Adult Zumba, Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Ballet
            Our dance family awaits your visit!…

            Description:

            The Children’s Workshop provides busy, working parents with the quality childcare and early education they deserve at an affordable price. We’ve been dedicated to caring for and educating young childrenthroughout RI and MA since 1990. Our teachers have created a nurturing environment where children can feel happy, confident, and proud of what they accomplish. Our schools are all unique and serve their direct community – no cookie-cutter facilities or programs – because every child deserves specialized and unique attention based on his or her needs. Our curriculum provides a strong foundation for children’s academic success and our programs are innovative, challenging and fun.
            We invite you to come visit one of our schools and learn more about us. .. we can’t wait to meet you!…

            Description:

            The Children’s Workshop provides busy, working parents with the quality childcare and early education they deserve at an affordable price. We’ve been dedicated to caring for and educating young childrenthroughout RI and MA since 1990. Our teachers have created a nurturing environment where children can feel happy, confident, and proud of what they accomplish. Our schools are all unique and serve their direct community – no cookie-cutter facilities or programs – because every child deserves specialized and unique attention based on his or her needs. Our curriculum provides a strong foundation for children’s academic success and our programs are innovative, challenging and fun.
            We invite you to come visit one of our schools and learn more about us… we can’t wait to meet you!…

            Description:

            The Children’s Workshop provides busy, working parents with the quality childcare and early education they deserve at an affordable price. We’ve been dedicated to caring for and educating young childrenthroughout RI and MA since 1990. Our teachers have created a nurturing environment where children can feel happy, confident, and proud of what they accomplish. Our schools are all unique and serve their direct community – no “cookie-cutter” facilities or programs – because every child deserves specialized and unique attention based on his or her needs. Our curriculum provides a strong foundation for children’s academic success and our programs are innovative, challenging and fun.
            We invite you to come visit one of our schools and learn more about us… we can’t wait to meet you!…

            Home Daycare

            55 Beverly Ann Drive, North Providence, RI 02911

            Costimate: $215/wk

            Description:

            Fun and nurturing childcare No. Prov. Centredale, Fruit Hill,. Close to providence and Johnstom town lines. Quiet neighborhood, fenced yard, Infants through 5 years old. Six a.m. to six p.m. Crafts, activities,play time fun.C.P.R. and first aid certified. Plenty of TLC Immediate openings, many years of experience with infants and toddlers.
            Full-time: $175.00,
            four days: $155.00,
            three days: $140.00….

            Description:

            Honey Bee Preschool is a State Licensed Family Child Care Home operated by an EEC Certified Preschool, Toddler, and Infant Teacher located in Seekonk, MA.
            Honey Bee Preschool offers a half-day PreschoolProgram from 9am-12pm with the option of an extended day until 2pm. On top of the curriculum that I have created over the course of 10 years, I have also recently added the Preschool Palace Curriculum to our daily routine. Throughout the school year, Sept – June, we are focusing on letter recognition and phonics, number recognition and early math concepts, shapes, and colors. We are also working on social and emotional development, physical development, cognitive development, and language development. This is the perfect opportunity to get your child used to being in a classroom setting!
            Honey Bee Preschool is NOW ENROLLING for the 2021-2022 school year. Our morning preschool program runs from 9am-12pm on a Mon/Wed/Fri, Tues/Thurs, or M-F schedule. I also offer an extended day option to 2pm. During this time frame, your child will be participating in circle time, morning calendar, Focus Wall, story time, arts & crafts, structured play involving math, science, music and more, as well as outside fun!
            Please email me at [email protected] for more information. I look forward to hearing from you!
            *Licensed Family Child Care
            *Certified Preschool, Toddler, and Infant Teacher
            *Located in Seekonk, MA
            *Ages 15 months to 6 years
            *Monday – Friday 9am – 2pm…

            Federal Hill House

            9 Courtland Street, Providence, RI 02909

            Starting at $204.56/wk

            Description:

            Federal Hill House’s Early Learning Center serves children 18 months – 5 years old. There are 4 classrooms for children: Toddler 1 (18 months – 26 months), Toddler 2 (27 months – 36 months), Preschool (3 – 4years old), and Pre-K (4 – 5 years old).
            FHH’s Early Learning Center has a 3-star rating from BrightStars and is recognized for its innovative curriculum aligned with the RIELDS and tailored to meet the needs and interests of young children. FHH accepts private pay and DHS (Department of Human Services) subsidies. We also participate in the CACFP.
            The hours for the Early Learning Center are Monday – Friday, 6:30am to 6:00pm. For more information, please call Jaime Ellis at 401-421-4722 ext. 17….

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            FAQs for finding daycares in Pawtucket

            In 2022 what type of daycare can I find near me in Pawtucket, RI?

            There are a variety of daycares in Pawtucket, RI providing full time and part-time care. Some daycares are facility-based and some are in-home daycares operated out of a person’s home. They can also vary in the degree of education and curriculum they offer. Additionally, some daycares offer bilingual programs for parents that want to immerse their children in multiple languages.

            How can I find a daycare near me in Pawtucket, RI?

            If you are looking for daycare options near you, start several months in advance of when you need care for your child. Care.com has 56 in Pawtucket, RI as of September 2022 and you can filter daycares by distance from Pawtucket or your zip code. From there, you can then compare daycare rates, parent reviews, view their specific services, see their hours of operation and contact them through the website for further information or to request an appointment.

            What questions should I ask a daycare provider before signing up?

            As you visit daycare facilities in Pawtucket, RI, you should ask the providers what their hours are so you can be prepared to adjust your schedule for drop-off and pick-up. Ask what items you are responsible for bringing for your child and what items you may be required to provide that will be shared among other children or the daycare staff. Also, make sure to check directly with the business for information about their local licensing and credentials in Pawtucket, RI.

            Child Care Centers | Division of Early Childhood

            What is a Child Care Center?

            Under Maryland law, a child care center is run by an individual, an agency, or an organization. It offers child care services for part or all of any day, at least twice a week. Most child care centers are regulated under COMAR 13A.16 (“Licensed Child Care Centers”). Some nursery schools and child care programs run by tax-exempt religious organizations are regulated under COMAR 13A.17 (“Letters of Compliance”). All child care facilities must meet licensure requirements before operating. 

            Types of Child Care Centers

            There are different types of child care programs and services. Some facilities may be licensed for more than one type:

            • Some centers provide care for infants and toddlers mostly. Others serve only preschool or school-age children. Most child care facilities provide care for a range of ages. Letter of Compliance (LOC) facilities, though, cannot provide care to children younger than two years old.  
            • Within many centers, children are grouped with others of the same age. Other centers use mixed-age groups (for example, infants or toddlers grouped with pre-schoolers).
            • Some programs offer care only to school age children — typically before and after the school day.  These are often run by community organizations, recreation centers, churches, etc.

            All child care facilities must remain within the maximum child capacity established by the OCC. This means that no more than a certain number of children may be at the facility at one time. OCC also establishes minimum staff-child ratios for all facilities to make sure that children get the care they need. 

            Do you want to get a license to operate a child care center?

            Watch our slideshow “How to get a license to operate a child care center” to learn about the step-by-step process of getting a license to operate a child care center in Maryland.

            Contact Us

            Connect with your Regional Licensing Office to learn about the licensing process and find out when the next Orientation sessions are scheduled.

            Child and Adult Care Food Program

            Childhood hunger is a devastating problem. Hungry kids are more likely to experience serious short- and long-term health issues. They also tend to have trouble learning and are more prone to behavioral and emotional problems.

            The Child and Adult Care Food Program — funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and administered in Maryland by MSDE’s School and Community Nutrition Programs Branch — provides child care food subsidies for low-income families. Child care centers that participate in the program can receive reimbursement for food costs.

            Helping young children to be well fed is just another way to help them be ready for kindergarten.

            You Are One of Many!

            More than 2 million people in the U.S. make their living by providing care for children under the age of 5.

            How to get a license to operate a child care center

            • Getting Started

              Anyone who is interested in starting a child care business in a home or center is required to take the face-to-face orientation training. Please contact the Office of Child Care Regional Licensing Office to schedule the Orientation Training. To prepare for your orientation session, you may wish to view the on-line orientation preview. This does not replace the face-to-face orientation session you are required to attend at your regional Office of Child Care. 

              To take a virtual orientation on your computer, select the link below that matches the type of child care business you would like to start.  The orientation includes videos, interactive activities and audio narration. You should expect to spend about one hour going through the orientation. But if you need to take a break during the hour, you can pause the orientation and return at a later time.  

              This session will walk you through all of the steps you need to take and it will connect you to all of the forms that you need to complete.

              • Family Child Care 
              • Large Family Child Care 
              • Child Care Center 
            • Submit a Complete Application

              At least 60 days before your proposed opening date, you must submit an application packet for a facility license or Letter of Compliance. This packet consists of the following, all of which are discussed during the orientation:

              • Notice of intent to operate a child care facility
              • OCC application form for a child care facility license or Letter of Compliance
              • Site plans
              • Floor plans with architectural details
              • Written plan of operation
              • Documentation of compliance with local zoning, building, health, and fire codes
              • Documentation of workers compensation insurance coverage
              • Fire evacuation plan
              • Menu plan for the first 4 weeks of operation
              • Written child discipline procedures.
            • Submit a Complete Application

              Additionally you must also submit these items:

              • List of all facility personnel and staff qualification documents (if applicable)
              • Permission to examine records of abuse and neglect of children and adults for information about the director, residents at the facility (if any), and company officers who may interact with children in care
              • A criminal background check form and fingerprinting cards for yourself and other adults employed in your facility is required and processed by the Maryland Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS). There is a fee payable to CJIS, to process the background check. The amount of this fee varies in different parts of the state.
            • Make Sure the Facility is Safe and Properly Equipped

              Your facility must be in good repair and meet all building, sanitary facility, lighting, and food storage/preparation/service requirements in COMAR 13A.16 or COMAR 13A.17. All areas of the facility to be used for child care must be safe and properly equipped. Here are some examples of facility safety and equipment requirements:

              • All potentially dangerous items such as cleansers, medicines, tools, and sharp implements are not accessible to children.
              • All child care areas are lead-safe.
              • Electrical wall sockets are properly capped as required by the applicable fire code.
              • A properly stocked first-aid kit is present on the premises.
              • There are adequate, appropriate, and safe indoor and outdoor activity materials and equipment.
              • If children under 12 months of age will be in care, there must be enough cribs for each child, and each crib must meet U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission standards.
            • Pass OCC, Fire Safety, and Other Required Inspections

              Once everything is in place for your business, a Regional Office licensing specialist will inspect your facility. This inspection determines if your facility and program meet child care licensing regulations. It’s also an opportunity to ask any last minute questions you may have.

              Your facility must also be inspected by the local fire authority to make sure it meets all fire codes. Inspections by the Health Department and/or other local government agencies may also be required. There are no fees for any inspections conducted by the OCC, but there may be fees for inspections by fire, health, and/or other local authorities.

            • Pass OCC, Fire Safety, and Other Required Inspections

              After the requirements have been successfully met, the Regional Licensing Office issues your child care facility license or Letter of Compliance. A new child care facility is authorized to operate for a period of two years. At the end of that period, the license or Letter of Compliance may be converted to continuing (i.e., non-expiring) status. (You must submit an application for continuing, non-expiring status.) A non-expiring license may still be placed on probationary status if the center does not comply with State requirements. Continued failure may result in suspension or revocation of the license.

              Child care centers are routinely inspected at least once every 12 months on a “drop-in” status to determine if requirements are being met. 

            • CONGRATULATIONS!

              As soon as you receive your license or Letter of Compliance, you are ready to open your child care center for business! The following are some community resources that can help in developing your program:

              Maryland Child Care Resource Network is a statewide network of agencies that help parents find child care. These agencies also provide training and support services to child care facilities.

              The Maryland Economic Development Assistance Authority and Fund – is administered by the Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development and provides special purpose loans to construct, expand, or improve child care facilities.

              LOCATE: Child Care helps families to find child care services including services for children with special needs.

              Maryland EXCELS is a quality rating and improvement system (QRIS) and recognizes the accomplishments of early childhood and school-age programs.

            Younger groups (1.4-3 years old), private kindergarten “Solnechny Krug”

            Calculate the cost

            This group is intended for children from 1 year 6 months to 3 years.

            Answers to questions most often asked by parents:

            How many teachers are in the group?

            There are 4 educators in the group, there are always 2 educators in the first and second shifts, and during quiet hours, all 4 educators are in the group and prepare the children for bed. Moreover, all the educators in the Solar Circle are engaged with children and we have no such thing as a nanny. Dishes and floors are washed by cleaning company employees.

            What classes are included in the price of attendance?

            Educational program for the week:
            * 5 Montessori lessons of 60 minutes each;
            * 2 music lessons
            * 2 creative activities
            * 1 physical education
            * 1 lesson in the pool with mom (the schedule is agreed with the pool administrator)

            Is it possible to visit for half a day?

            As a rule, children attend half a day only during the period of adaptation to kindergarten, then the child stays in a group for a full day (from 7:30 to 19:30), because only presence throughout the day can give you a guarantee that the educational program of the “Solar Circle” will be fully implemented.

            Are they taken to the kindergarten if the child is still in a diaper, does not hold a spoon?

            Yes, of course, at this age the child is just learning to hold a spoon and gradually wean from diapers. The teachers of the group make every effort to teach this to the child.

            Are children supplemented?

            Yes, of course, the teacher carefully looks at what and how much the child ate. We help children finish their meals, we supplement them with a spoon. But never force food!

            How are babies put to sleep?

            At the time of euthanasia, all 4 caregivers are present in the group. All of them help the child tune in to sleep. You are only required to report how the child is used to falling asleep. This will help you quickly adapt to sleeping in a group.

            Do they take children who do not speak into kindergarten?

            Yes, we take the child if he does not speak yet. We also take children who do not know Russian to kindergarten. We already have experience of working with such children.

            Do children sleep, eat, play in separate rooms?

            For sleeping, a separate room is provided with cots suitable for children in size. For games – a special game room, equipped with everything necessary according to SanPiN. Kids eat in a group, in a specially equipped area, separated from the play area.

            Do we have a walking area?

            The walking area is the pride of the Solar Circle. Despite the fact that we are located in the city center, we have our own large, fenced area. There is a large game complex “Ship” on it, the markings on the tracks are like on the roadway. We allow kids to take their own vehicles with them – a scooter or a balance bike, there is a special garage for them. For kids, a separate, fenced area where they can feel safe.

            Do children get sick often?

            Surprisingly, but true: our children get sick less often than in other kindergartens. This is primarily due to the prevention of diseases. Firstly, at the entrance to the group, each baby is waiting for the morning filter, if he is healthy – come in, if you cough or “snot” – we send him home, get better and do not infect others. Secondly, the obligatory quartzing of the premises according to the schedule, and thirdly, gargling with herbal infusion and vitamins. Well, the most important thing is that we all get sick when our body is under stress. Don’t stress, you won’t get sick. This rule is followed by the educators of the solar circle. If everything is fine in the group, you are loved and cheerful, no one screams – then you will be healthy!!! According to statistics, in a normal period, in the solar circle – 96-97% of healthy children. And at the peak of the incidence, this figure drops to 91%.

            Also for children, hardening is carried out on a salt path. First, children walk on massage mats, performing various foot exercises. After the foot is warmed up, the baby walks on a mat soaked in saline and “tramples” in place for 1-2 minutes. At the same time, exercises are performed for the muscles of the arms, back, and abdomen. Salt solution will cause the expansion of the peripheral vessels of the feet. Heat generation increases reflexively, blood flow to the lower extremities and feet increases, heat is retained for a long time. To enhance the hardening effect, the procedure ends with breathing exercises. This method is simple, has a pronounced effect, plays a significant role in the prevention of colds.

            O Are our teachers experienced?

            Experience can be measured in different ways. It can be assessed in the number of years worked in the educational field, it can be assessed by the number of diplomas and certificates, but it is unlikely that a person who fills out documents on time and does not change jobs for a long time can be called a “Educator with a capital letter”. Raising a child is a serious process. In our opinion, the most important thing for a teacher is the ability to find an approach to any child, the ability to see the individual characteristics of this child and develop them in him. The most important thing is not to break the “core” of the child, his self-confidence, to maintain a healthy psycho-emotional climate in the kindergarten group. The educators of the Solar Circle accurately determine the talents and skills of the child inherent in him by nature, develop them daily, and we know for sure that our educators do not scream or suppress children.

            How is adaptation going?

            “Solar Circle” is very sensitive and attentive to the period of adaptation of the child to kindergarten. The most important thing at this moment is to do everything right! First of all, before entering the group, each child with a parent comes to a meeting with a psychologist. At the meeting, the psychologist draws up a conclusion about the readiness of the child (including the parent) to enter the group. Together with the parent, the parent psychologist draws up an individual adaptation program. Some people need more time to adapt, and some less. Usually we start adaptation with the child going for a walk with the parent, then joint trips to classes, then the parent leaves the child for a short period of time, the time gradually increases, and finally, when the child falls asleep in a quiet hour without a mother, adaptation is considered complete.

            How many children are in the group?

            In the younger group, the maximum number of children is 18.

            Younger group photo:

            They will let you in with a runny nose and a temperature: how kindergartens work abroad – Parents.ru

            Development “permissive” attitude to cough, snot, lice, worms and even mild fever. Coughing and sneezing kids calmly attend kindergarten.

            If one of the wards is found to have lice or worms, then the educators will simply warn the parents that it is necessary to carry out appropriate prophylaxis. It is forbidden to mention the source of infection. Just as “disregard” in foreign gardens refer to the “quiet” hour. If you want – sleep, if you don’t want – there is something to do besides sleep. And in many gardens, children do not sleep in beds, but on mattresses that lie on the floor. And more…

            USA

            Children over 1. 5 months old are admitted to kindergartens. Until the age of 4 they attend kindergarten, after 4 they go to a special group at the school. When registering for kindergarten, parents fill out many questionnaires, one of the mandatory questions is whether the baby needs daytime sleep.

            The most severe punishment in an American garden is to put a naughty boy in a chair. Sitting time – one minute for each year of the child’s age. So, at 4 years old, the child will sit for 4 minutes, and at 3 years old – 3 minutes. All children sleep not only in the same clothes in which they played, but also in shoes. Instead of beds, there are mattresses laid out on the floor.

            Children are put to sleep in clothes and shoes so that in the event of an emergency (for example, severe hurricanes are not uncommon in many states), they can quickly evacuate.

            However, in some Western countries, children in kindergartens are not put to daytime sleep at all, or they do it in such conditions (on mats or mats) that it is just right for children there to envy their Russian peers.

            Montenegro

            In order for a child to be admitted to a kindergarten, a certificate must be presented stating that at least one of the parents is working. When registering for a kindergarten or nursery, only a certificate from a pediatrician or, if the child is older than 3 years old, from a therapist is required. Be sure to provide information about vaccinations. Vaccinations are mandatory, refusals will not be accepted. A child will be accepted into the kindergarten only with a full set of them.

            Children older than 6 months are taken to the nursery, children go to kindergarten from 3 to 6 years old. The group consists of 20-30 people. She is “served” by 2 educators. The child can be left in the garden or until lunch, or until 16-17.00. It is best to take the baby home after dinner, as there are not enough beds for everyone. Folding beds, by the way, are installed at the time of sleep in the same room where the children play. After a quiet hour, they are put away in the closet.

            Snot is not a reason to leave a baby at home. The baby is walking calmly with rotavirus. They treat this attack with Coca-Cola and purchased instant (and very salty) chicken “soup”. Even if the child felt bad at night, but in the morning he feels fine, he is taken to kindergarten.

            Rescue formula

            When rotavirus infection is accompanied by severe vomiting or diarrhea, the main danger is dehydration. If there are no special pharmacy solutions at hand that restore the water-salt balance, the World Health Organization gives parents this recipe for home drinking: 1 liter of water + 3 g of salt + 18 g of sugar. Now it is clear why in some countries pediatricians in all seriousness prescribe Coca-Cola and instant chicken broth in bags to children. Mothers testify: the child quickly recovers from such a “diet”. After all, drinking soda and eating salty soup is much more pleasant for children.

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            France

            French women’s maternity leave ends as soon as the child is 2 months old. Therefore, nurseries are alive in this country, which in Russia, consider, have sunk into oblivion. It is difficult to get a place in a nursery, but a child can attend a nursery 1-2 times a week for several hours a day. From the age of 3, the child begins to attend kindergarten, which in French is called “mother’s school”. And he visits it until the age of 6.

            When enrolling in a nursery or kindergarten, parents will need to present a completed vaccination card. The child must be made mandatory vaccinations against 4 diseases: diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and polio.

            Several times a year kindergartens, like schools, are closed for holidays. There is also a nationwide day off for children attending kindergartens – Wednesday.

            The group usually consists of 20-30 people. Each group has a teacher and assistant teacher. Groups are usually of different ages, every year the child finds himself in a new group, respectively, his teacher also changes.

            Children do not change clothes and shoes in the garden. The only requirement for parents: no scarves! Apparently, educators are afraid that during running around and playing, the scarf can tighten around the neck and suffocate the baby. Food and toys cannot be brought with you. Only “dudu” is allowed – a soft toy with which the child sleeps.

            From the age of 1.5, children no longer sleep in beds, but on low couches or on mats with sheets stretched over them. And they sleep, as a rule, in clothes. For children 4-6 years old, sometimes they are asked to bring a pillow from home. But at this age, during the “quiet hour”, the children themselves settle in the room where they have to.

            Snot, cough and fever are not considered good reasons to spend a day or two at home. Up to 38.5, the temperature in a child is not considered a fever (this is a general medical practice, not only French). Just sitting at home until the mother is convinced that the child has finally recovered will not work. Firstly, almost all mothers work, and there are 3 paid days to care for a sick child per year. Secondly, for each day of absence, a certificate from a doctor is required.

            Philosophical approach

            Lice is a common problem in French kindergartens. But closing a garden with pediculosis for quarantine or disinfection does not occur to anyone. Philosophical attitude towards parasites. Lice, according to France, is not at all a scourge of the homeless, but quite a normal companion of tactile forms of hostel. Combing out all the family heads with an electric brush becomes a sweet evening ritual, and a preventive spray of lavender spray that repels lice becomes a morning ritual.

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            There is a lunch break between classes. You can take your child home for lunch. In order for the baby to be able to dine in the kindergarten, at the city hall, you need to get a referral to the dining room. There are no kitchens in kindergartens. Lunches are prepared centrally and delivered to institutions. Lunch in the understanding of the French is a salad, meat or fish with a side dish, cheese and dessert.

            Israel

            Kindergartens accept children from 2 to 6 years old. From 2 to 4 years old, children only play in the garden, at 4-5 years old they already sculpt something, draw, master other needlework skills, at 5-6 years old children are prepared to learn writing, counting and reading. They are taught to read, count and write at school.

            From the age of 3, children in the group do not sleep anymore, even if the kindergarten is open in the afternoon. There are no nurses and doctors in the gardens. Even with childhood infections, quarantines are not satisfied, and bringing a child with a slightly elevated temperature is a common thing. But if a child’s temperature rises in the garden, the teacher informs the parents. If it is below 38.5 ° C, the baby can be left in the garden, if it is higher, he must be picked up as soon as possible. After the child’s recovery, a certificate from a doctor is not required in all kindergartens.

            More useful materials about raising children in different countries – in our channel on Yandex.Zen.

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            Kindergartens of Moscow – rating, cost

            

            StatusStateNonstateProfileWaldorfHomeGeneral TypeDevelopment CenterCrèche

            OkrugVAOZAOSAOSVAOSZAOTSAOYUAOYUVAOYUZAOMMetro BabushkinskayaBelarusianBelyayevoBibirevoDomodedovskayaKolomenskayaKropotkinskayaKuntsevskayaMaryinoNagatinskayaNakhimovsky ProspektNovogireevoOktyabrskoye PolePervomayskayaRiver StationRyazansky ProspektGorchakov StreetShchelkovskayaYugo-Zapadnaya

            Moscow kindergartens:

            Baby Club in South Butovo

            Impeccable care and supervision awaits your little ones in small groups with various visits from 1 to 12 hours a day.

            Kindergarten “Personality”

            School “Personality” was founded in 1993. Today, our institution is actually a system of basic and additional education.

            Kindergarten “LUCHIK”

            “LUCHIK” is the first private kindergarten in Russia! We work from 1988 years old.

            Kindergarten Razvitie

            Children’s Center “Razvitie” was established over 6 years ago. It works all year round. A child from 1.5 to 7 years old can be sent to the center for a month, two months or more.

            “Merry Dwarf”. Home Waldorf Kindergarten

            Professional teachers take care of your children in a quiet home environment in a small group of different ages. We are located in a cozy three-room apartment.

            Kindergarten Montessori in Otrada

            English and Chinese with native speakers. Location in a picturesque forest, 3 km from the metro station

            Kindergarten and elementary school Premier

            Education at the PREMIER school is preceded by a private kindergarten PREMIER, which accepts children from the age of 2. 5 years. Number of children in groups up to 10 people.

            Chudo-Ostrov Private Kindergarten

            Chudo-Island Private Kindergarten is located in the Eastern Administrative District next to Pervomaiskaya and Schelkovskaya metro stations and accepts children aged 2 to 6 years.

            Private kindergarten “Malysh”

            Private kindergarten in Nagatino-Sadovniki with full-time groups

            Art-Klass Development Center

            The Art-Klass project is a kind of creative laboratory where programs are based on art therapy and motor practices.

            Open days

            All open days

            List of kindergartens in Moscow

            Kindergartens play a very important role in the development of the personality and the development of the creative and intellectual potential of the child. It is in kindergarten that the child’s communication skills develop most actively. Here he has to meet and communicate with a large number of his peers and establish contact with unfamiliar adults. In kindergarten, specific character traits are manifested: good and bad qualities of character, talents and shortcomings. A good teacher will be able to correct the negative aspects and develop all the positive qualities of the child.

            Careful consideration should be given to such an important choice in a child’s life. The right kindergarten will help your child develop into an independent person and prepare for school life. It is necessary to get to know the teaching staff better and observe their work. If it seems that the educators behave somewhat arbitrarily and do not give children any freedom, then it is worth giving up this educational institution. Teachers should control the leisure of children, but not interfere with their own development, making choices and making decisions.

            Some children show talents or shortcomings even before kindergarten. You should immediately pay attention to this and choose the right kindergarten for him. For example, there are with an artistic bias or speech therapy kindergartens, where they will help eliminate speech defects. Therefore, listen to your child and evaluate his talents in order to choose a kindergarten that is right for him.

            Kindergarten choice

            But do not forget that there is a problem of lack of space in Moscow kindergartens. It is necessary to reserve seats in advance. Therefore, be prepared that the kindergarten that suits your child will not be able to accept him. In this regard, a conflict of interest is brewing: on the one hand, it is necessary to choose a kindergarten taking into account the development of the child, on the other hand, it is necessary to enroll in it in advance.

            There is a myth that only the rich can afford a paid kindergarten, but in reality the price difference is not so great. All the same, you have to give gifts so that the child gets into kindergarten, chip in for repairs, security, cleaning and birthdays of educators. Although all this is not stipulated by the contract, it cannot be dispensed with. And in cases with a paid kindergarten, you will be billed a specific amount, where everything will be included. In addition, you can ask more from such an organization than from a state kindergarten.

            Private kindergartens care about their reputation and therefore treat the process of raising children responsibly. Spend as much money as possible on the right things. They have the opportunity to hire professional teachers who will receive a good salary and hold on to their place. Educators pay attention to each child in the dose he needs, and allow him to develop independently, only directing him in the right direction. Therefore, a paid kindergarten, although a little more expensive than usual, will have a positive impact on the development of the child, which in the future will save money that would be paid by the tutor due to the poor performance of the child.

            Private kindergartens SAO

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            • Private kindergarten (m. Savelovskaya)

            • Private kindergarten “Childhood Island”

            • Ecological children’s center with creative development “Child”

            • Center for preschool education Little Star at the “Peter School”

            • Private kindergarten “Umnichka”

            • Family children’s club “House of Magicians” in Koptevo

            • English kindergarten “Super Kids” (m. CSKA)

            • Private kindergarten “Znayka”

            • PEI “School Academy”

            • Private kindergarten “GNOM”

            • Private kindergarten “Lukomorye” (branch of the network of private kindergartens “WORLD OF CHILDHOOD”)

            • ANO DOU “Solnyshko”

            • Kindergarten “Gornitsa Uzornitsa” (branches in SAO)

            • NOU “Pushkin School”-private kindergarten

            • Kindergarten “Ladushki” (branch of the network of private kindergartens “WORLD OF CHILDHOOD”)

            • MIRACLE. Kindergarten No. 1 (m. Voikovskaya)

            • Home Waldorf Kindergarten “Vozrozhdeniye”

            • Private kindergarten “Golden Key” (Khoroshevsky district)

            • Kindergarten of the center “Malysh” in Degunino

            • Private kindergarten “Kuzya”

            • Private kindergarten “Planet of Childhood” in Khovrino

            • Private kindergarten “Winnie the Pooh” (on Dubninskaya)

            • English kindergartens “Baby-Family” (m. Rechnoy Vokzal)

            • Art kindergarten “Nome” with in-depth teaching of fine arts

            • Private English Kindergarten Smile Fish

            • Home kindergarten in SAO

            • Private Kindergarten SlamiKIDS

            • Private kindergarten “Kids” (children’s center)

            • English kindergarten Fly High Kids (Timiryazevsky)

            • Private kindergarten “Central Children’s Sports Club”

            • Private kindergarten “Happy childhood” (m. Dmitrovskaya)

            • Lyubov Chukhontseva Development Academy

            • Private kindergarten “Domik Club”

            • Seymour House Private Kindergarten

            • Kindergarten at Cambridge International School

            • Nursery-garden “Kapitoshka” in the Family Club “Ladoshki” (Khovrino)

            • Central Children’s Sports Preschool Full Day Club

            • English kindergarten Sun School Aircraft designer Mikoyan

            • Private kindergarten Happy elephant (m.Airport)

            • Private kindergarten “Kinder School” (Beskudnikovo)

            • Private kindergarten “Treasure Island” (metro Timiryazevskaya)

            • Reggio Garden Twins Preschool (Voikovskaya)

            • Private kindergarten “SUPER KIDS” (branch of m. Airport)

            • English kindergarten Sun School (LCD Vodny)

            • Private kindergarten “ArtSadik”

            • Private kindergarten “YaLichnost” (m. Seligerskaya)

            • Summer city camp and garden in the club “Semeikin”

            • Bilingual Montessori nursery “Nest for mothers and babies”

            • Kindergarten and club “Varvara Street” (Khovrino)

            • Private kindergarten “Smile Fish”

            • Mini-garden in the children’s development center “DannyLand”

            • Private English Kindergarten “Language Leo Club”

            • Private kindergarten Sun School (RC “Olive House”)

            • Club kindergarten “SmartTeam”

            • Private kindergarten “Mini Me”

            • Commercial group “Skazka” of school No. 717 (metro station Voykovskaya)

            • Private kindergarten Little People (m. Airport)

            • Private kindergarten “FoxSad”

            • Private kindergarten “World of Happiness”

            • Private children’s “Binny Native Place” (m. Water stadium)

            • Mini-garden in the developing center “Galaxy of Knowledge”

            • Private kindergarten “Malvina”

            • Kindergarten of the aesthetic development center “Da Vinci”

            • English kindergarten Discovery City. Khovrino

            • Private kindergarten “Forest kids”

            • Private English kindergarten Discovery Degunino

            • Private kindergarten “Prokids Flotilla”

            • Private kindergarten “Kinder School” (Beskudnikovsky Boulevard, 19k2)

            • Full-day speech therapy kindergarten “DARville” (m. Seligerskaya)

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            kindergartens in Murino, Devyatkino

            “The best social project of preschool education in the Leningrad region in 2019”

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            “Luchik” – a group of kindergartens, which arose as a project of a creative team of teachers and educators.

            We are engaged in the careful upbringing and development of the child’s personality.
            We organize leisure and preschool education in a playful way.
            We develop physical activity and support a healthy lifestyle for the baby.

            Education

            A modern method of education based on the principles of natural individual psychological and mental development of the child.

            Zdorovye

            Our specialists have developed more than 20 programs to improve the health of pupils, as a way to strengthen the immune system and improve the health of the child.

            Development

            An atmosphere of trust and support, where a child’s talents are revealed in a playful way, memory, attention, speech and creative perception of the world and imagination develop.

            Kindergarten “Luchik” combines quality education and an atmosphere of warmth and care. Here your child will not only acquire the necessary base for continuing education at school, but also love to learn. Swimming pool, observatory, modern educational and play areas create a unique educational environment; and kindergarten specialists will make the learning process exciting and interesting.

            • We believe that all children are unique, and the task of adults and teachers is to reveal the potential of each child.
            • Our priority is the harmonious development of the child through the leading activity – the game.
            • Our kindergarten is a magical world of CHILDHOOD, where any dream of your child can come true.

            Med. follow-up

            Children are under the supervision of pediatric specialists who are ready to provide both the first necessary aid and ongoing monitoring of your child’s health.

            Speech therapist

            A certified speech therapist will assess the state of general and speech development of the child, outline the ways of correction, and also give recommendations on teaching your child.

            Psychologist

            Proper psychological and mental upbringing of a child is a guarantee of peace of mind not only for parents, but also for children. Our psychologist will help identify the causes of changes in the child’s behavior. We will help you find a common language with your child.

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            Margarita Zinchenko

            08/17/22

            With great pleasure we go to the kindergarten “Luchik” on Mendeleev 8! Many thanks to the educators and the leader … of the network of gardens Tsapko Anzhela Vladimirovna for the excellent organization of work with children !! Great groups, always order and festive decoration of the premises! A wonderful curriculum with the comprehensive development of kids! Leisure activities at the highest level!! I take the child and my soul is calm for the fact that he is having fun, interesting and useful time!! Very well-chosen composition of educators and teachers!! Beautiful people! Thank you for such an opportunity to raise and educate a child with such a powerful support of qualified staff!!! I recommend everyone to send their children to the kindergartens of A. V. Tsapko, because this person never remains indifferent to children’s issues! You can always solve any issue and get help, advice and a good solution!

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            Igor Smorudov

            28.03.22

            We would like to express our gratitude to the staff of ANO DO “Kindergarten “Luchik”, namely the branch “Nursery +”. We have been taking the baby for 3 months. The main … indicator of work is the child leaves the kindergarten in tears, because he is interested in it.For us, as parents, it is important to see what the baby is doing in the kindergarten, for this our dear teachers prepare daily photo and video reports!For which we thank them! , somehow alarmed by negative reviews, but all fears were dispelled at the first visit! Which once again proves that for some reason our people are not used to writing words of gratitude for good work, and we are sure that there would be plenty of them! Thank you dear Anastasia Viktorovna, for organizing the work at the highest level! Thanks Daria Sergeevna, for interesting activities for children, and especially for your humorous reports! Thanks Olga Sergeevna, for delicious food and help in caring for children! Deputy reading team! Great kindergarten! We have never regretted that we found you and entrusted you with our child! Sincerely, parents of Timofey S.

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            Inna Solovieva

            01/17/22

            I would like to express my deep gratitude to the teachers and management of the preschool educational institution Luchik on Mendeleeva 8 for the excellent educational work …. I would like to note the attentiveness and care of the 3rd group teachers, as well as their work organizing a variety of daily developmental activities, conducting excellent morning performances and music classes. My daughter loves speech development classes and playful English. Due to the fact that we have a catastrophic shortage of places in public kindergartens in Western Murino, the private garden “Luchik” is an excellent alternative to state gardens and the opportunity to fully develop a child and prepare for school.

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            Svetlana Romanova

            16.01.22

            Luchik Kindergarten administration arranged excellent New Year holidays for the children, decorated the groups, thank you. .. thank you very much!

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    Florida.

    America’s Best State for Retirees

    The American news publication US News & World Report has published a ranking of the best US cities for retirees in 2020-2021. The study involved 150 metropolitan areas, which were evaluated according to several criteria: the happiness of local residents, housing affordability, tax rates and the quality of the healthcare system. The first places in the ranking were occupied by the cities of the state of Florida – we are reviewing the top five of them.

    Sarasota

    Sarasota Bay

    County population

    786 thousand people

    Average annual salary

    $44.2 thousand

    Average age of a local resident

    52.1 years

    Average price of housing (2016 data)

    $227.7 thousand

    Unemployment rate

    3. 1%

    Average monthly rent

    $1152

    Average travel time

    24.9 min.

    Sarasota is a seaside resort in southwest Florida on the Gulf Coast. In addition to the mild climate and award-winning beaches, cultural life is flourishing here, shopping and the restaurant industry are developing.

    Nature lovers will love the city, with several green spaces, including the massive Myakka River State Park, and plenty of golf courses. The most popular beaches are Siesta with white sand and Lido with a wide strip of coastline. If they are crowded, Longbow Beach, Venice Beach, Bradenton Beach, or the beaches of Anna Maria Island are all within a short drive of the city.

    All this is attracting more and more new residents and tourists to Sarasota, thanks to which the city is growing, building up the scale. At the same time, the economy is also strengthening – the labor market is expanding, in particular for workers in the healthcare and tourism sectors. Small business owners are also feeling more confident.

    A large number of people aged 65+ live in the city. It is not surprising, because it is the pensioners who have the most active life here than anyone else. There are many institutions in Sarasota whose activities are aimed at social support and the development of activities among the elderly. A particularly busy season is from October to April.

    However, Sarasota is also suitable for younger people and families. You should not expect such a variety of nightlife as, for example, in Miami, but there is access to good schools, parks and attractions. Bars, restaurants and craft breweries are also popular in Sarasota.

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    How much does it cost to live in Sarasota?

    It’s cheaper to live here than in larger areas of Florida like Miami. However, young families note that it has become more difficult to buy a house. The rise in prices was influenced by the influx of wealthy people who are looking for a comfortable life.

    According to the Numbeo website, the monthly expenses for a family of four are $3,762 without rent, and $1,040 per person. You can rent a one-bedroom apartment in the city center for an average of $1560, outside the center – for $1256. At the same time, the purchase price is $3,779 per square meter in the center of Sarasota, away from it – $1,628.

    Fort Myers

    Fort Myers Beach

    County population

    719 thousand people

    Average annual salary

    $43 thousand

    Average age of a local resident

    48.1 years old

    Average price of housing (2019 data)

    $226. 8 thousand

    Unemployment rate

    3.2%

    Average monthly rent

    $1093

    Average travel time

    27.3 min.

    Fort Myers is located on the banks of the Calusahatchee River in the southwest of the state. Despite the fact that the city is growing and developing, it retains the legacy of the once small provincial town. A cozy center with compact shops and restaurants, many of which, by the way, are dog friendly. Museums, festivals, theaters, parks, historical sites and art galleries – all this decorates the city and has a rich social and cultural life.

    In general, this city is one of the busiest on the coast of the bay. And the local Barbara B. Mann Hall of the Arts, the Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre, and the Arcade Theater often have out-of-town guests.

    Not only cultural life is developed here. In the immediate vicinity of the city there is a beach of the same name, and across the bridge – the island of Sanibel. Both locations are very popular with boaters, kayakers and sailors. There are also rowing and fishing tournaments on the water.

    Over a quarter of the local population is over 65 years of age. But there is also a younger population that flocks to Fort Myers for work. A large number of young families also live in the city – there are slightly more couples here than single people.

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    21st place

    How much does it cost to live in Fort Myers?

    Despite the massive bonus (of all Florida cities) of the absence of state income taxes, the cost of living here is constantly rising. Slowly but steadily, housing prices are going up: if in 2016 a house costs an average of $202,000, then in 2019-m – $226,000.

    According to the Numbeo website, renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city center costs an average of $1,210, and outside the center – $991. At the same time, the purchase price is $2,629 per square meter in the center of Fort Myers, away from it – $1,368.

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    Port St. Lucie

    House in Port St. Lucie

    County population

    463 thousand people

    Average annual salary

    $44 thousand

    Average age of a local resident

    47.4 years old

    Average price of housing (2019 data)

    $222 thousand

    Unemployment rate

    3. 7%

    Average monthly rent

    $1126

    Average travel time

    26.8 min.

    Port St. Lucie is located on the southeast side of the state, halfway between Miami and Orlando. This town is distinguished from large neighbors by a calm atmosphere, quiet clean streets, numerous canals and other water areas.

    The St. Lucie River is an important part of city life, a valuable resource used both for fishing and recreational activities such as boating. In general, walking along the river embankment and the nearest beaches is one of the most popular entertainments in the region.

    People also “walk professionally” on trails at the Oxbow Ecocenter, Savannas Preserve State Park, and Botanical Gardens. In the latter, by the way, family entertainment programs and jazz evenings for adults are regularly held.

    However, in Port St. Lucie, the emphasis is not only on natural virtues, but also on the comfort and convenience of recreation. So, the all-inclusive resort Club Med Sandpiper Bay also operates in the city. Here you can relax in spas, visit restaurants, go kayaking, swim in pools and much more.

    The MidFlorida Credit Union Events Center offers a cultural program. Everyone comes here – both pensioners and preschoolers. The former play racquetball, the latter are busy with children’s entertainment.

    There are cultural events and festivals in the city, most of which take place from November to February. The most famous are the Oktoberfest, the Festival of Lights, the Taste of Little Italy and the Food Truck Invasion.

    There are 25.6% of pensioners (65+) in the city, slightly more people aged 45 to 64 years old – 27.2%. People, including the elderly, are attracted by the warm climate, low cost of living, access to water and an abundance of good medical facilities. Families, in particular those with small children, rely on the low crime rate and the high quality of local schools.

    Port St. Lucie in America ratings

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    73rd place

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    17th place

    How much does it cost to live in Port Saint Lucie?

    So far, housing in this area (except for the very center of the city) is more affordable than in other parts of South Florida. By 2019a year, the average price of real estate rose to $221,000. However, as the popularity of the city grows, the situation may change. This is evidenced by the fact that the cost of the grocery basket and bills in restaurants have already increased. True, the overall cost of living is still lower than in other counties of a similar size.

    According to the Numbeo website, renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city center costs $1,100 on average, and $987 outside the city center. At the same time, the purchase price is $5,209 per square meter in the center of Port St. Lucie, and $2,418 away from it.

    Naples (Naples)

    Naples Beach

    County population

    364 thousand people

    Average annual salary

    $46.3 thousand

    Average age of a local resident

    50.3 years

    Average price of housing (2019 data)

    $326.9 thousand

    Unemployment rate

    3.1%

    Average monthly rent

    $1228

    Average travel time

    24. 7 min.

    Naples is located in the district of Collier. Traditionally, it also includes the area of ​​​​Immokali and the island of Marco.

    Naples and Marco is a favorite place for wealthy pensioners who love warmth, gorgeous beaches, huge golf courses and expensive restaurants. This luxury is combined with the simplicity of the countryside, where cattle are grazed and tomatoes are harvested from the fields.

    This area is characterized by the so-called seasonal tides, which relate to the inflow and outflow of people. During the winter months, Americans from colder states come here en masse to enjoy the warmth and sun. But with the onset of the hot summer months, they again leave Naples and Marco Island.

    The local beaches are the most attractive, including for professional yachtsmen and fishermen.

    But natural attractions are concentrated not only on the coast. So, the local reserve Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is popular. It has almost 4 km of trails through the prairies, swamps to the largest and oldest cypress forest in North America.

    Another “green gem” is the Big Cypress National Wildlife Refuge. Its almost 300 km hectare can be explored by bikes, canoes, kayaks and – for the most active – on foot. There are also small parks – Clam Pass Park, Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park and Barefoot Beach Reserve, which are concentrated closer to the densely populated western part of the county.

    Lovers of social entertainment should pay attention to the Seminole casino in Immokali, restaurants and shops on the south Fifth Avenue in Naples or jazz concerts in Cambier Park. And you can explore the history and heritage of the region at the Baker Museum.

    The gastronomic sector is represented not only by restaurants, but also by annual festivals. The first is dedicated to seafood and is held in Everglades City, a small fishing town 45 km east of Marco Island. The second is the Winter Wine Festival in Naples.

    Collier County as a whole has long been a desirable destination for upscale retirement. Nothing has changed – to this day it continues to attract wealthy older people with its warm weather, high standard of living, good beaches and well-groomed areas.

    But young people are not uncommon here either. The thing is that the “neighbors” of the city are Florida Gulf Coast University in neighboring Lee County and SouthWestern State College with a campus near Naples. Also, young people are attracted here by breweries, dive bars, clubs and other coastal establishments.

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    How much does it cost to live in Naples?

    To live closer to the coast and / or the center, you will have to pay more, especially in Naples and Marco Island. Proximity to the beach, plenty of sun and no income tax have their drawbacks: the growth and development of the region goes hand in hand with a lack of affordable housing. In 2019year, the average cost of housing in the region was $95,000 higher than in the country!

    But there’s a little bonus: Collier County residents can get a voucher that lets them pay no beach parking fees. Such a document is issued on the basis of confirmation of the place of residence, a valid driver’s license and registration of the vehicle.

    According to the Numbeo website, renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city center costs $1,800 on average, and $1,394 outside the city center. At the same time, the purchase price is $9831 per square meter in the center of Naples, away from it – $3094.

    Ocala

    Downtown Ocala

    County population

    348 thousand people

    Average annual salary

    $38. 6 thousand

    Average age of a local resident

    48.6 years

    Average price of housing (2019 data)

    $152.4 thousand

    Unemployment rate

    3.8%

    Average monthly rent

    $859

    Average travel time

    25.5 min.

    Ocala is known as the horse capital of the world! And while the area is thriving and growing into a more diverse community, equestrianism is still valued here.

    The city is surrounded by large green pastures and horse farms, and in its historic center – houses of the Victorian era, organically included in an active social life.

    Gastronomy, nightlife, creative events, concerts of symphony orchestras, ballet performances, breweries, meetings of artists, filmmakers and sculptors – all this offers Ocala to its residents and guests.

    Still, the main attractions of the city are natural beauties. The most famous of them are Silver Springs State Park, Marjorie Harris Carr Cross Florida Greenway Ecotrails.

    The city and its surrounding areas used to be inhabited mainly by pensioners. Half of the population is now under 50 years of age. However, senior citizens over the age of 65 still reside in Ocala. They are also an active part of the community.

    Ocala in America ratings

    Ranking of the best cities to live

    69th place

    Ranking of the best cities for retirement

    6th place

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    10th place

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    5th place

    How much does it cost to live in Ocala?

    The cost of housing in Ocala is below the national average – $152,000 against $232,000. But prices are rising all the time, thanks to the influx of people and the strengthening of the market.

    According to the Numbeo website, monthly expenses for a family of four are $3,521 without rent, per person $991. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in the city center costs an average of $899, outside the center – $720. At the same time, the purchase price is $801 per square meter in the center of Sarasota, away from it – $538.

    US immigration programs

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    Long-term visa to the USA for investors and entrepreneurs E-2
    Terms of receipt: 4 months.
    Expenses from $100,000
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    Terms of receipt: 2 months.
    Expenses from $5,000
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    Long-term visa to the United States for persons with extraordinary abilities O-1
    Terms of receipt: 3 months.
    Expenses from $5,000
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    Terms of receipt: 31 months.
    Expenses from $900,000

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    Before getting behind the wheel of a Honda CR-V, I went through an educational program taught by compatriots who settled in Sarasota relatively long ago. So, the maximum speed, depending on the class of the road, varies here in the range from 50 to 85 mph (from 80.5 to 136.85 km/h). violations of traffic rules (speed limit, traffic lights, ignoring road signs or road markings), including always half-empty roads between cottage settlements and local driveways within these fenced areas. In addition, one should keep in mind and be wary of powerful police cars without “war paint” with hidden flashing lights, for example, Dodge Charger, reckless defilers incognito in the stream and standing in the tail, followed by radar fixing the fact of exceeding the allowed speed. And the fines here are ruinous and the corresponding “letters of happiness” come rigorously.

    Paying fines in America is inevitable with rapidly accruing late fees. Non-payment is followed by a significant punishment in the dollar (up to 1500) and even imprisonment.

    Speeding “costs” $50 to $500 in the US; blocking the intersection – 450; driving on the side of the road – 485; unfastened seat belt – 50; careless, careless driving, dangerous maneuvering – from 220 to 1000; disobeying a traffic policeman or trying to escape from him – up to a year in prison.

    “KNOCKING” IS RECOMMENDED

    At the same time, in America, snitching on the roads is widely practiced and welcomed, for which pointers stick out along the highways with phone numbers that should be reported to those who do not respect traffic rules, The fact that this type of civic activity relentless, like a service at McDonald’s, I experienced it myself: after my departure for Moscow, friends reported a couple of “letters of happiness” sent at the request of vigilant random fellow travelers to the owner of the CR-V.

    The first letter from a resident of the cottage community said that I was driving too fast on an internal driveway – 30 mph instead of the allowed 25 – they issued a fine of $100. The second letter stated that the driver of the car following me noticed how I exceeded – slightly, by three miles – the speed in the area of ​​​​the “School” sign. And despite the fact that it was in the evening, when there were no schoolchildren nearby, the fine was $200!

    It’s a shame. But if, by and large, the “squealing” American-German experience of public fixing of traffic violations (including using a mobile phone or an on-board video recorder) impresses me. Such a struggle with reckless drivers, tough drivers and impudent ones significantly reduces the intensity of passions and outrages on the roads.

    WHERE IS MY BLACK GUN?

    It is also true that, as the Americans told me, on the roads of the southern states, drivers treat each other with respect for another reason. People have a lot of weapons in their hands. And if someone dissatisfied with your driving style jumps out of the car and heads towards you with a bat, or climbs to sort things out by force against a hesitant pedestrian, then such a “cool” driver has a lot of chances to get a bullet in the stomach right there. The shooter is likely to be acquitted. It’s time for us to adopt the best practices of correct driving …

    So, the first thing that pleasantly surprises a driver from the Russian Federation is disciplined behavior, the driving culture of all road users, including pedestrians and motorcyclists, the respectful attitude of drivers to each other and intolerance towards those who violate traffic rules. As soon as I slowed down on the left turn due to reflections embracing a novice in an alien traffic situation, and move into the yellow light of a traffic light with the arrow turned off, indignant carriers immediately hummed from neighboring lanes: what, they say, are you breaking!

    THESE GUYS ARE NOT FUCKED WITH THESE GUYS

    But for the federal highway police, the toughest in the USA, everyone and special respect. With these fellows, always neatly and immaculately dressed, driving around, or standing on the side of the road in a car with a special color-graphic coloring, no one dares to mess with. At their direction, they pull over to the side of the road, open the driver’s window and put their hands on the steering wheel. And they wait until a roadside serviceman comes up, explains the reason for the “braking” and only at his direction they politely stretch out the driver’s “crusts” prepared in advance. Everyone knows that it is more expensive to argue with these slaves, and their hoods are always unbuttoned. But they will quickly and effectively help if you find yourself in a difficult situation on the highway, and at the same time they will check on the computer how many traffic violations you have accumulated over the year, and therefore penalty points. If more than what is indicated in the law of this state, then you can lose your “rights” for a while and be subject to various penalties, including tangible sanctions from insurance agencies.

    NIGHT – TIME OF ROAD BREAKERS

    I note that in broad daylight, a massive American driver rarely violates traffic rules and, in particular, the speed limit. The maximum that he will allow himself is to exceed the speed by 5-10 miles. And even then, if he does not see a police limousine in front or behind.

    Large informational road signs on highways – scientifically selected green with white letters – the eye perceives this combination better and earlier. On almost all signs, the pictogram is duplicated by a word, a short text, speed limit signs are most often white with black text.

    But everything changes when night falls. As a rule, highways are not illuminated, only over large interchanges or especially important intersections, a glow burns in the half of the sky. And the people “unleash”, drown on black, famously maneuver, drive the unhurried distant ones. Even huge trucks sometimes become fireballs. And since the traffic lane in the USA is 80 cm narrower than ours, when I once had to drive along a night federal highway with two lanes in one direction and a concrete curb on the left side of the road, it was very uncomfortable in the neighborhood not only with such crazy trucks, but and large SUVs.

    FROM SARASOTA… cottages from large cities of the North-West for winter and spring), surrounded by many islands with white sandy beaches (among the best in the world ranking) for every taste – from crowded with entertainment to pristine deserted. There is a lake with warm healing mineral water, a wonderful botanical garden.

    Sarasota includes Bradenton, home to the world-famous international tennis school.

    But Sarasota, which is only 95 years old, is special because, thanks to the generosity of the philanthropists of the 20s and their followers, it has also become a city of theaters, jazz festivals, fine arts and antique shops, collection stores clothes.

    Thus, in the Ringling Art Museum there is the largest collection of works by Rubens and other Western European artists of the old schools, the possession of which even our Hermitage can envy. On the stage of the opera house, concert hall, drama theater and ballet theater with their own corpses and a symphony orchestra, world-class performers and groups (including from Russia) perform on tour – such a rich cultural life is rare for provincial America, but that is why Sarasota is especially visited tourists and vacationers from all over the country, many of whom come in their cars.

    Downtown Sarasota, with typical high-rise urban development and rush-hour traffic, is small – its inhabitants live mostly in numerous elite cottage communities, some of which are located on the water’s edge of the bays and on the islands of the Gulf of Mexico. Streets and avenues densely link the city and towns with state highways and highways stretching into Florida from the north and west. And we follow them to St. Petersburg…

    … TO PETER

    So, on a beautiful sunny day, I’m leaving Sarasota for St. Petersburg. American. In the state of Florida. And there are also his “namesakes” in the states of Missouri and Pennsylvania. Although the “Floridian” is the most famous due to the fact that the seaside resort center (360 sunny days) with a mild tropical climate is located here.

    CONCRETE AUTTORAY

    Ideal American concrete – two lanes in one direction, two – in the opposite direction, between them mostly a forest belt or a wide concrete curb. 11 am, weekday, there are few cars on the tracks. The navigator in a pleasant female voice announces ahead of time the exits from the highway to go from the 70th to the 75th and 275th interstate highways. For the sake of curiosity, I check the voice information with road signs – everything is clear. The most frustrating thing is to keep the speed, not deviating much from the authorized 75 or 70 mph – the cruise control does not work!

    The roads are generously studded with main and duplicate road signs of all kinds, they are clearly visible and logical to elementary clarity. As a rule (at least in Florida), the right turn is allocated to a special exit and is allowed at a red traffic light, but with a mandatory stop before entering a perpendicular road. Above each intersection, in fact, over each lane, there is a traffic light. Left turns usually have their own dedicated lane.

    The track rolls down to the Gulf of Mexico. Here is the first bridge over the wide Menati River, then the big interchange, along which I move to Highway 275, and finally, the turquoise expanse of Tampa Bay opens under the blue dome of the sky, which is crossed out by the Sunshine Skyway Bridge automobile bridge in a huge arc.

    SOLAR FLIGHT BRIDGE

    The name of this engineering flight translates as “solar trestle bridge”). It is indeed a rare handsome man: it begins with two flyovers raised above the waves for ten meters, stretching from both sides of the bay. By the middle of the transition, they are very steeply rearing up, uphill, where the cable-stayed pylons of the main span have risen above the very middle of the bay: a flight of engineering thought made of steel and concrete! The length of this graceful structure is 6.6 km, the width is 29m (two lanes in both directions), the height of the entire structure is 131 m, the height of the arch of the bridge, under which ships pass – 53 m! It was built for five years, put into operation in 1987, cost the treasury $ 244 million. Steel cables-cables are enclosed in 84 pipes-cables with a diameter of 9 inches (22.86 cm), they support the main “hanging” span. “Traval Chanal” listed this “sunny” bridge in the list of the ten best in the world at number three.

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    When I began to rise sharply up this, as it seemed, narrow bridge to the sky, and above the bay, I felt some inner thrill: what is it like to climb up in a storm or hurricane? What if the engine stalls? It’s scary… But what a view into the distant sea and the distant ones, which turned out to be somewhere below the shores of the bay, along which a white ship slowly cut through the waves. It is a pity that stopping on the bridge is prohibited.

    After descending from the bridge, in ten minutes you enter the Pinellas Peninsula, surrounded by the waters of two bays – the small Tampa and the huge Mexican one. Where the city of St. Petersburg is located, we will be twinned with our Northern capital.

    THE RUSSIANS HAVE COME

    Our compatriot, a nobleman, captain of the Jaeger Guards Regiment, guarding the Tsar’s residences, Pyotr Alekseevich Dementiev, decisively participated in its foundation in 1892 and in obtaining such a sonorous name. Having suddenly retired for family reasons, he left to manage the vast parental estate in the Tver province. However, he got bored, sold the estate, and with his wife and four children went to seek his fortune across the ocean. At first he was in poverty, then he turned around, became a large lumber merchant, began building railroads, and reached Florida.

    He liked it here so much that he decided to build a “city of sun and flowers” ​​on the shore of the bay. Managed. He also took part in its planning, remembering the favorite lines of Vasilyevsky Island. He built the Detroit Hotel, which has survived in its original form to this day – it is considered the largest and most fashionable in this city with many parks, snow-white sandy parks, marinas, impudent pelicans, museums, art galleries, universities, theaters.

    However, as is usual in America, this energetic and talented Russian man soon went bankrupt and died in obscurity under the adopted name of Mr. Peter Demens.

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    Salary of a human resource: A Closer Look at 9 Human Resources Salaries

    Опубликовано: May 25, 2020 в 11:12 am

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    A Closer Look at 9 Human Resources Salaries

    The first thing you’ll notice about researching human resources (HR) jobs is that there are a lot of them. Titles like specialist, generalist and assistant pair with seemingly every focus area from timekeeping to labor relations. If you’re new to the world of HR, you’ll likely have a hard time sorting out which HR positions net the highest salaries, which are specializations and which are entry-level jobs.

    Money isn’t everything, of course, but human resource salaries and earning potentials are still an important piece of the puzzle for anyone considering a career in this field. We’ve compiled this list of common HR job titles to help you better handle on the earning potential, level of education needed and the type of work these roles are typically responsible for.

    9 Common HR job titles and salaries

    Ready to get a better feel for different types of HR roles and the potentially life-trajectory-changing salaries that come with them? Read on to get started!

    1.

    HR assistant

    Often the starting point for many in this field, the role of an HR assistant typically centers on supporting the human resources department by completing clerical tasks. They’re responsible for recording and compiling employee data, such as absences, disciplinary actions, supervisor reports and termination information, according to the Department of Labor (DOL).1 They keep records updated and organized and retrieve information for managers when it’s needed.

    2019 Median annual salary: $41,4301

    Job outlook: The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects a one-percent growth rate for HR assistant positions from 2019 through 2029. This is a slower rate of growth than the average occupation. These jobs are certainly out there but may not have as many opportunities and availabilities as others in HR.

    Education needed: HR assistants typically need some college training or an Associate’s degree, according to the DOL. 1 For some employers, related job experience might be acceptable in place of education.

    2. Payroll and timekeeping clerk

    Payroll and timekeeping clerks handle data related to employee time and payment, according to the DOL.1 Tasks may vary depending on the company they work for, but these professionals are generally the ones who review timesheets, enter commissions and wages, prepare paychecks and enter new employee information as needed.

    2019 Median annual salary: $46,1801

    Job outlook: Employment of payroll and timekeeping clerks is projected to slightly decline from 2019–2029, according to the DOL. While that employment growth rate is slower than the national average for all jobs, HR is still projected to be adding around 15,800 new payroll and timekeeping clerk jobs between 2018–2028.1

    Education needed: A high school diploma or equivalent can be enough for some payroll and timekeeping clerks. The DOL reports 39 percent of respondents for this occupation as holding a high school diploma, with the rest having some college training or an Associate’s degree.1

    3. HR specialist

    The HR specialist job title encompasses many of the primary HR positions, such as recruiter and HR generalist, according to the BLS.2 Typically, these professionals recruit, screen, interview and place employees, while also handling tasks related to employee relations and orientation.

    Human resources specialists might also administer benefits, process payroll and field problems. HR specialists also tend to have a strategic focus for their companies, planning and hiring to fit current and future needs. In short, these specialists are the skilled HR professionals who handle a large portion of the execution of day-to-day initiatives.

    2019 Median annual salary: $61,9202

    Job outlook: From 2019 to 2029, employment of HR specialists is projected to grow at a rate of seven percent, according to the BLS. 2 One notable change in the job market for these roles is that many HR specialist positions are now being outsourced to specialized agency-style providers, like talent recruitment firms or benefits administration providers.

    Education needed: HR specialists typically need a Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Resources, according to the BLS.

    4. Training and development specialist

    Have you ever watched a training video in your first week of a new job? If so, you have an idea of at least some of what training and development specialists do. They’re the folks responsible for the design, planning and administration of training programs intended to develop employee skills and competencies.

    This includes deciding what information employees need to know to train in, creating training documents, presenting information to employees, updating existing training materials and evaluating the need for new options. This is an important role for organizations to fully integrate and develop their employees to their maximum potentials.

    2019 Median annual salary: $61,2102

    Job outlook: Employment of training and development specialists is projected to grow nine percent from 2019 to 2029, according to the BLS. Many industries require continuous education and training of employees to keep up with changing regulations, trends and best practices. This helps spur demand for training and development HR specialists.

    The growing use of media and technology in many companies is also creating more demand for training and development specialists who can train their employees in the new systems.

    Education needed: Training and development specialists typically need a Bachelor’s degree, according to the BLS.2 Many positions may also require work experience in areas such as training and development or similar occupations, such as human resources specialists or teachers.

    While not typically required, candidates looking for an extra edge could also pursue certification in training and development from organizations like the Association for Talent Development or International Society for Performance Improvement. Additionally, broader HR certification from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM®) can be an asset.

    5. Compensation/benefits specialist

    This HR specialty centers around what brings employees back day after day: their paychecks and the benefits that come with them! Companies need compensation, benefits and job analysis specialists to build and manage compensation and benefits programs. These professionals use data and cost analysis to evaluate benefits plan options, determine salary ranges for different roles and keep the company in compliance with state and federal regulations.

    Depending on the organization, this role may break down into subspecialties. Compensation specialists assess and work with the organization’s pay structure. Benefits specialists administer the organization’s benefits programs (e.g., retirement plans, leave policies, wellness programs and insurance policies). Job analysis specialists, also known as position classifiers, evaluate positions by writing or assigning job descriptions and deciding salary scales.

    2019 Median annual salary: $64,5602

    Job outlook: The job outlook for these professionals looks bright. According to the BLS, their employment is projected to grow eight percent from 2019 to 2029.2

    Companies need these professionals to determine the right compensation and benefits offerings for their employees and to ensure their compensation packages abide by regulations. They also depend on compensation and benefits specialists to offer competitive compensation packages to attract and retain qualified employees—a factor that is especially important in sectors where talent is in high demand.

    Education needed: A Bachelor’s degree is the most common threshold for this job, according to the BLS. Some work experience in compensation analysis and general HR is also often required.

    6. Labor relations specialist

    Labor relations specialists advise an organization’s management on contracts, worker grievances and disciplinary procedures, according to the BLS. 2 This may involve orchestrating meetings between management and labor unions, meeting with union representatives directly, investigating grievances and training management in labor relations. Additionally, these specialists may also draft formal language as part of the collective bargaining process and use their deep knowledge of collective bargaining agreements to ensure both labor and management comply with contractual agreements.

    2019 Median annual salary: $69,0202

    Job outlook: Employment of labor relations specialists is projected to decline seven percent from 2019 to 2029, according to the BLS.2 Part of this decline in employment demand is because union membership has been declining.2

    In industries where unions still have a large presence, there should be more opportunities. Candidates with a Bachelor’s degree, related work experience and professional certificates are likely to have have the best job prospects.

    Education needed: Labor relations specialists typically need a Bachelor’s degree with some coursework in labor or employment relations, according to the BLS.2 Previous experience in HR may also be a requirement.

    7. HR manager

    Human resources managers oversee, plan and direct the administrative functions of an organization, according to the BLS. This can involve guiding the recruitment and onboarding of new staff, strategic planning with executives and sometimes overseeing HR teams and programs, such as compensation, employee retention and employee relations.

    Overall, human resources managers are responsible for maximizing the value of the organization’s employees. Larger companies might hire specific managers for each department in HR as well, such as payroll managers or recruiting managers.

    2019 Median annual salary: $116,7202

    Job outlook: Employment of human resources managers is projected to grow six percent from 2019 to 2029, according to the BLS. 2 This is a slightly faster rate of growth than the average for all occupations.2 As new companies form and organizations expand, they will need more human resources managers to oversee their programs.

    Education needed: HR managers need at least Bachelor’s degree and several years of related work experience. These jobs are certainly competitive, and candidates with a Master’s degree will likely have the best prospects.

    8. Training and development manager

    Training and development managers oversee the company’s efforts to create and coordinate programs that enhance employee knowledge and skills, according to the BLS.2 This might include assessing training needs, strategizing on larger company goals, managing training budgets and monitoring endeavors for effectiveness.

    This position involves some teaching since managers teach training methods to specialists who then instruct the organization’s employees. In smaller companies, training and development managers may also instruct employees directly.

    2019 Median annual salary: $113,3502

    Job outlook: Employment for training and development managers is projected to grow seven percent from 2019 to 2029, according to the BLS.2 The BLS states that this growth rate is faster than the national average for all occupations—4 percent.2 In part, this is because technology is enabling new learning possibilities for employees.

    The rising importance of social media, digital tools and technological solutions in companies across all industries also creates plenty of demand for training.

    Education needed: Training and development managers need a Bachelor’s degree for many positions, but some jobs may require a Master’s degree, according to the BLS.2 Related work experience is also crucial for training and development managers. Some employers may prefer this experience to be in their specific industry.

    9. Compensation and benefits manager

    Compensation and benefits managers set their organization’s pay and benefits, determine competitive wage rates and choose and manage outside partners, such as insurance brokers and investment managers, according to the BLS. 2

    Depending on the size of the company, these professionals might manage teams of HR specialists who work on different compensation and benefits programs. They also keep tabs on federal and state regulations to ensure their company complies. Compensation and benefits managers also meet with senior staff to present analyses and make recommendations on compensation and benefits policies, programs and plans.

    2019 Median annual salary: $122,2702

    Job outlook: From 2019 to 2029, employment of compensation and benefits managers is projected to grow by three percent, according to the BLS.2 Trying to reduce costs is a continual goal for companies, and hiring a compensation and benefits manager is key to keeping the company ideally positioned in the market.

    Education needed: As you might expect, most compensation and benefits managers need a Bachelor’s degree. Managers also need related work experience and often specialize in either compensation or benefits, depending on the types of experience they have.

    Getting a start as a compensation, benefits and job analysis specialist is a great way to gain the needed experience for management.

    Find the HR career that fits your future

    Now that you have a better idea of what human resources salaries are out there, you are better equipped to chart an ambitious HR career path. It’s no surprise that the higher-paying management positions require some time and experience in HR, but if you have a plan for the positions you want to work toward, you can make informed choices from the beginning. This could mean pursuing education that has your primary interests built in. For example, an HR program that emphasizes organizational leadership right from the start. 

    Human resources from top to bottom is all about people. If you understand how central people are to a company’s success, HR might be the ideal career for you. Check out “6 Facts About the Rasmussen University Human Resources and Organizational Leadership Programs” to learn what makes the HR programs at Rasmussen University stand out.

    SHRM is a registered trademark of the Society for Human Resource Management, Inc.

    1Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Employment Statistics, [accessed February, 2021 www.bls.gov/oes/. Salary data represents national, averaged earnings for the occupations listed and includes workers at all levels of education and experience. This data does not represent starting salaries, and employment conditions in your area may vary.
    2Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, [accessed Februrary, 2021] www.bls.gov/ooh/. Salary data represents national, averaged earnings for the occupations listed and includes workers at all levels of education and experience. This data does not represent starting salaries, and employment conditions in your area may vary.

    EDITOR’S NOTE: This article was originally published in 2018. It has since been updated to include information relevant to 2021.

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    Plan, direct, or coordinate human resources activities and staff of an organization. Excludes managers who primarily focus on compensation and benefits (11-3111) and training and development (11-3131).


    National estimates for Human Resources Managers
    Industry profile for Human Resources Managers
    Geographic profile for Human Resources Managers

    National estimates for Human Resources Managers:

    Employment estimate and mean wage estimates for Human Resources Managers:



    Employment (1) Employment
    RSE (3)
    Mean hourly
    wage
    Mean annual
    wage (2)
    Wage RSE (3)
    166,530 1. 4 % $ 65.67 $ 136,590 0.5 %

    Percentile wage estimates for Human Resources Managers:




    Percentile 10% 25% 50%
    (Median)
    75% 90%
    Hourly Wage $ 36.06 $ 45.82 $ 60.69 $ 78.54 (5)
    Annual Wage (2) $ 75,000 $ 95,310 $ 126,230 $ 163,360 (5)


    Industry profile for Human Resources Managers:

    Industries with the highest published employment and wages for Human Resources Managers are provided.
    For a list of all industries with employment in Human Resources Managers, see the Create Customized Tables function.

    Industries with the highest levels of employment in Human Resources Managers:







    Industry Employment (1) Percent of industry employment Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    Management of Companies and Enterprises 25,060 0.99 $ 72.96 $ 151,750
    Employment Services 9,000 0. 26 $ 54.55 $ 113,460
    Local Government, excluding schools and hospitals (OEWS Designation) 7,800 0.15 $ 55.15 $ 114,710
    Computer Systems Design and Related Services 7,770 0.34 $ 74.26 $ 154,460
    Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services 7,540 0. 48 $ 68.61 $ 142,710

    Industries with the highest concentration of employment in Human Resources Managers:







    Industry Employment (1) Percent of industry employment Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    Management of Companies and Enterprises 25,060 0.99 $ 72.96 $ 151,750
    Other Information Services 2,050 0. 56 $ 92.76 $ 192,930
    Office Administrative Services 2,750 0.56 $ 61.24 $ 127,380
    Cable and Other Subscription Programming 250 0.51 $ 83.42 $ 173,520
    Management, Scientific, and Technical Consulting Services 7,540 0.48 $ 68. 61 $ 142,710

    Top paying industries for Human Resources Managers:







    Industry Employment (1) Percent of industry employment Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    Other Information Services 2,050 0.56 $ 92.76 $ 192,930
    Scientific Research and Development Services 3,330 0. 42 $ 89.42 $ 185,990
    Computer and Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing 340 0.22 $ 88.92 $ 184,950
    Radio and Television Broadcasting 310 0.16 $ 88.75 $ 184,610
    Securities, Commodity Contracts, and Other Financial Investments and Related Activities 1,960 0. 20 $ 87.69 $ 182,380


    Geographic profile for Human Resources Managers:

    States and areas with the highest published employment, location quotients, and wages for Human Resources Managers are provided.
    For a list of all areas with employment in Human Resources Managers, see the Create Customized Tables function.

    States with the highest employment level in Human Resources Managers:







    State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    California 24,920 1. 51 1.28 $ 74.25 $ 154,430
    Illinois 12,210 2.17 1.84 $ 61.93 $ 128,820
    Texas 11,930 0.98 0.83 $ 63.60 $ 132,290
    New York 10,440 1. 20 1.02 $ 86.72 $ 180,380
    Florida 7,820 0.91 0.77 $ 56.98 $ 118,520

    States with the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in Human Resources Managers:







    State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    District of Columbia 1,990 3. 01 2.54 $ 78.27 $ 162,810
    Illinois 12,210 2.17 1.84 $ 61.93 $ 128,820
    Connecticut 3,140 1.99 1.69 $ 69.29 $ 144,130
    Massachusetts 6,540 1. 93 1.63 $ 77.15 $ 160,460
    California 24,920 1.51 1.28 $ 74.25 $ 154,430

    Top paying states for Human Resources Managers:







    State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    New York 10,440 1. 20 1.02 $ 86.72 $ 180,380
    New Jersey 4,410 1.15 0.97 $ 82.14 $ 170,850
    District of Columbia 1,990 3.01 2.54 $ 78.27 $ 162,810
    Massachusetts 6,540 1. 93 1.63 $ 77.15 $ 160,460
    Rhode Island 350 0.76 0.65 $ 75.34 $ 156,710

    Metropolitan areas with the highest employment level in Human Resources Managers:












    Metropolitan area Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA 11,410 1. 31 1.11 $ 89.87 $ 186,930
    Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI 9,590 2.27 1.92 $ 64.85 $ 134,890
    Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim, CA 8,910 1.56 1.32 $ 72.46 $ 150,720
    Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV 5,620 1. 92 1.62 $ 77.30 $ 160,790
    Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH 5,580 2.16 1.83 $ 79.66 $ 165,700
    San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 5,190 2.31 1.96 $ 84.33 $ 175,410
    Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Roswell, GA 4,330 1. 67 1.41 $ 63.12 $ 131,300
    Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX 4,100 1.14 0.97 $ 66.77 $ 138,880
    Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE-MD 3,400 1.28 1.08 $ 67.47 $ 140,330
    Minneapolis-St. Paul-Bloomington, MN-WI 3,190 1. 75 1.48 $ 68.08 $ 141,600

    Metropolitan areas with the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in Human Resources Managers:












    Metropolitan area Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 2,750 2.58 2.18 $ 91. 36 $ 190,020
    San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 5,190 2.31 1.96 $ 84.33 $ 175,410
    Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT 860 2.30 1.95 $ 82.22 $ 171,030
    Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI 9,590 2.27 1. 92 $ 64.85 $ 134,890
    Peoria, IL 350 2.24 1.90 $ 54.94 $ 114,270
    Danbury, CT 160 2.16 1.83 $ 65.87 $ 137,000
    Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH 5,580 2. 16 1.83 $ 79.66 $ 165,700
    Hartford-West Hartford-East Hartford, CT 1,110 2.04 1.72 $ 67.90 $ 141,240
    Midland, MI 70 1.93 1.64 $ 74.02 $ 153,950
    Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV 5,620 1. 92 1.62 $ 77.30 $ 160,790

    Top paying metropolitan areas for Human Resources Managers:












    Metropolitan area Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA 2,750 2.58 2.18 $ 91. 36 $ 190,020
    New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA 11,410 1.31 1.11 $ 89.87 $ 186,930
    San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA 5,190 2.31 1.96 $ 84.33 $ 175,410
    Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT 860 2. 30 1.95 $ 82.22 $ 171,030
    Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH 5,580 2.16 1.83 $ 79.66 $ 165,700
    Trenton, NJ 400 1.76 1.49 $ 78.03 $ 162,300
    Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO 1,570 1. 07 0.90 $ 77.70 $ 161,620
    Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV 5,620 1.92 1.62 $ 77.30 $ 160,790
    Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA 2,700 1.41 1.19 $ 76.84 $ 159,830
    Ithaca, NY 50 1. 03 0.87 $ 75.84 $ 157,740

    Nonmetropolitan areas with the highest employment in Human Resources Managers:







    Nonmetropolitan area Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    West Central Illinois nonmetropolitan area 230 1.46 1.24 $ 46. 09 $ 95,860
    Balance of Lower Peninsula of Michigan nonmetropolitan area 210 0.83 0.70 $ 49.28 $ 102,510
    East Central Illinois nonmetropolitan area 200 1.73 1.47 $ 48.84 $ 101,580
    Southeast Iowa nonmetropolitan area 190 0. 89 0.75 $ 53.04 $ 110,330
    North Northeastern Ohio nonmetropolitan area (noncontiguous) 180 0.56 0.47 $ 54.19 $ 112,710

    Nonmetropolitan areas with the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in Human Resources Managers:







    Nonmetropolitan area Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    East Central Illinois nonmetropolitan area 200 1. 73 1.47 $ 48.84 $ 101,580
    Connecticut nonmetropolitan area 50 1.60 1.35 $ 52.39 $ 108,980
    West Central Illinois nonmetropolitan area 230 1.46 1.24 $ 46.09 $ 95,860
    Nevada nonmetropolitan area 140 1. 46 1.23 $ 49.88 $ 103,750
    Northwest Illinois nonmetropolitan area 150 1.22 1.04 $ 50.20 $ 104,410

    Top paying nonmetropolitan areas for Human Resources Managers:







    Nonmetropolitan area Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage Annual mean wage (2)
    Southwest New York nonmetropolitan area 100 0. 60 0.51 $ 77.12 $ 160,400
    Central East New York nonmetropolitan area 60 0.42 0.35 $ 70.01 $ 145,620
    West Central-Southwest New Hampshire nonmetropolitan area 110 1.08 0.92 $ 66.73 $ 138,800
    Capital/Northern New York nonmetropolitan area 60 0. 41 0.34 $ 61.35 $ 127,600
    Northeast Maine nonmetropolitan area 40 0.63 0.54 $ 61.11 $ 127,110


    About May 2021 National, State, Metropolitan, and Nonmetropolitan Area Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

    These estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors, all metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas, and all states and the District of Columbia.
    The top employment and wage figures are provided above. The complete list is available in the downloadable XLS files.

    The percentile wage estimate is the value of a wage below which a certain percent of workers fall.
    The median wage is the 50th percentile wage estimate—50 percent of workers earn less than the median and 50 percent of workers earn more than the median.
    More about percentile wages.

    (1) Estimates for detailed occupations do not sum to the totals because the totals include occupations not shown separately. Estimates do not include self-employed workers.

    (2) Annual wages have been calculated by multiplying the hourly mean wage by a “year-round, full-time” hours figure of 2,080 hours;
    for those occupations where there is not an hourly wage published, the annual wage has been directly calculated from the reported survey data.

    (3) The relative standard error (RSE) is a measure of the reliability of a survey statistic. The smaller the relative standard error, the more precise the estimate.

    (5) This wage is equal to or greater than $100.00 per hour or $208,000 per year.

    (9) The location quotient is the ratio of the area concentration of occupational employment to the national average concentration.
    A location quotient greater than one indicates the occupation has a higher share of employment than average, and a location quotient less than one indicates the occupation is less prevalent in the area than average.


    Other OEWS estimates and related information:

    May 2021 National Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

    May 2021 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

    May 2021 Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Area Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

    May 2021 National Industry-Specific Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates

    May 2021 Occupation Profiles

    Technical Notes

     

    Last Modified Date: March 31, 2022

    The Complete Guide to Human Resources Salary

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    How much money can you make in human resources? What’s the average salary in HR? This in-depth guide will answer these common questions and teach you real ways to increase your HR salary.

    Why Your Human Resources Salary Is So Important

    Technically speaking, any salary is important. But in HR, understanding what salaries are available is important because human resources is a fairly broad term. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of different job titles in the HR department. 

    For those of you interested in pursuing a career in HR, this is definitely good news. There’s no shortage of HR jobs, and there’s plenty of money to be made in this department. 

    The key to a successful HR career is understanding the different paths you can take. Some HR positions have limited growth potential, while others can lead to executive-level roles in a company.

    There’s obviously a big difference between a $15 per hour job and a six-figure HR career—most people want to achieve the latter.  

    The fact that human resources covers so many different areas means that you’ll have tons of opportunities for high-paying jobs throughout your career. You just need to know where to look.

    For some of you, you’ll be able to stick with the same organization and increase your salary internally. Others might need to switch companies or industries once or twice to get the highest-paying jobs. 

    Let’s say you’re still in school or just considering a career change. You might start out as an intern or working an entry-level HR job. But you could quickly advance to a mid-level position if you follow the right path. From there, a six-figure salary and high-level HR role aren’t that far out of reach. 

    Quick Tips to Increase Your Human Resources Salary Today

    Getting a pay raise or salary increase in your current HR role doesn’t have to be a long and grueling task. There are actually some things you can do right now to increase your HR salary.

    Tip #1 — Set Realistic Expectations

    The first thing you need to do is quickly educate yourself on different HR salaries. This will give you a baseline to gauge your pay and see how much room for growth exists within your existing position.

    According to Glassdoor, the average salary for human resources in the United States is $64,349 per year. This will obviously vary based on things like job title, location, company size, and years of experience. 

    For example, the average base salary for an entry-level HR position with less than one year of experience is $47,581 per year. 

    The average human resources salary in the US jumps to $79,175 per year with at least ten years of experience and $90,222 with 15+ years of experience. Some of the top-paying HR salaries with 10-15 years of experience get up to $133,000 to $159,000 and higher. 

    Let’s take a closer look at some of the average HR salaries by role. All of this data is based on the latest research from Indeed.com.

    • HR Representative — $36,796 per year
    • HR Assistant — $38,955 per year
    • Staffing Specialist — $45,356 per year
    • Staffing Coordinator — $47,367 per year
    • Benefits Administrator — $47,993 per year
    • Recruiter — $48,661 per year
    • HR Specialist — $49,766 per year
    • HR Administrator — $53,029 per year
    • HR Associate — $57,330 per year
    • HR Generalist — $57,599 per year
    • HR Supervisor — $64,599 per year
    • HR Manager — $68,533 per year
    • HRIS Analyst — $74,093 per year
    • HR Director — $91,039 per year
    • Chief Human Resources Officer — $94,362 per year
    • Vice President of Human Resources — $129,313 per year

    Some of these positions come with additional compensation like cash bonuses and profit sharing. For example, HR directors get an average annual cash bonus of $10,000 on top of their base salary. VPs of HR get around $25,000 per year in profit sharing as well, on average. 

    Educating yourself is the best way to maintain realistic expectations as you’re seeking higher-paying jobs in human resources. Otherwise, you’ll have no idea if you’re being underpaid or overpaid.

    Tip #2 — Ask For More Money and More Responsibilities

    One of the fastest and easiest ways to increase your human resources salary is by simply asking for more money. This trick works during the hiring process as you’re negotiating your initial salary, and it also works once you’re already employed.

    According to a recent study, a whopping 77% of people who asked for more money received a raise. 39% of those people received the amount that they asked for. 

    In short, the odds are on your side if you ask for more money. But there’s definitely a time, place, and a way to go about this that will increase your chances of success.

    One of the best ways to increase your salary is by asking for more responsibilities as well. It shows initiative and tells your superiors that you’re willing to work. 

    This short-term trick will pay off even more long term, as these added responsibilities add to your value as an employee. Even if you don’t stick with the same company forever, you can use those new skills to increase your salary in an HR position elsewhere. 

    Here are some other quick tips and best practices to consider as you’re asking for a raise:

    • Explain why you deserve the raise (not why you need the money)
    • Talk about your future and growth within the company
    • Demonstrate how you’ve already added value to the HR department
    • Summarize your best accomplishments
    • Share your goals
    • Ask for honest feedback
    • Don’t ask for a raise too frequently (or too soon after getting hired)
    • Be prepared for objections
    • Don’t get emotional

    Following this advance can increase your HR salary today, without changing positions or getting a promotion. So give it a try. 

    Tip #3 — Master HR Software

    Things like manual data entry, hard-copy file organization, and other paper-pushing tasks are slowly becoming obsolete in the world of HR. Organizations have gone digital, and the role of HR professionals is changing.

    For example, many HR teams are spending less time on the phone and responding to emails from employees about tax forms or pay stubs. The vast majority of this information can be accessed using online employee self-service portals. 

    There are even HR tools out there using artificial intelligence to recruit new employees. 

    To stay relevant, you must learn to play nice with technology. HR employees who can learn how to use the best HR software will be assets to businesses for the long haul. 

    Look at a tool like BambooHR. This is an excellent example that shows how technology is changing the way HR teams operate.

    The software has solutions for applicant tracking, hiring, onboarding, time tracking, payroll, PTO, performance management, and so much more. It even works as a digital employee database for safe recordkeeping, reporting, and analytics.

    HR software hasn’t quite replaced HR employees, and it probably never will. Real humans still need to interact with the software to get the most out of it.

    If you can learn how to use different HR tools, especially beyond basic functions, you’ll have a much easier time landing high-paying HR jobs and getting a raise. 

    You can start today by signing up for demos, watching training videos, and reading knowledge base tutorials to help you master different HR tools.

    Tip #4 — Consider Your Employee Benefits

    Lots of HR professionals make the mistake of just looking at their base pay. But taking a step back and looking at your employee benefits can really help you compare different HR salaries.

    For example, let’s say you’re looking at two job offers in human resources from two different companies.

    One job pays $75,000 per year, and the other pays $85,000 per year. At a quick glance, it seems like the second option is the obvious choice. But the lower base salary position might actually be better when you consider your benefits. 

    Examples of potential benefits to evaluate include:

    • Cash bonuses
    • Profit-sharing
    • 401(k) matching
    • Health, vision, and dental insurance
    • Remote work opportunities and flexible working hours
    • Paid skills development
    • Subsidized food
    • Vacation time and PTO
    • Gym memberships and other employee club discounts
    • Education reimbursement
    • Paid training and certification cost coverage

    Using the example offers mentioned earlier, these types of employee benefits can easily add up to more than $10,000 per year. So a higher base salary isn’t always better.

    Tip #5 — Check What Other Companies Are Paying

    Another fast and easy way to increase your HR salary is by looking at other jobs. This requires minimal effort on your part, and you can see dozens of different job offers within an hour or so.

    Just browse through different job boards or run a quick Google search for the HR position you’re seeking. 

    It costs lots of money to train employees. Replacing them is even more expensive. So if you’ve been somewhere for a while, your employer probably won’t want to lose you. 

    If you see that similar jobs are paying more elsewhere, you can use that as leverage to negotiate your current salary. Alternatively, you can just apply to those other jobs—assuming you’re comfortable leaving your current company.  

    Long-Term Strategies For Higher Human Resources Salaries

    Beyond the quick tips mentioned above, there are a few long-term approaches to making more money in human resources. These take a bit more time and effort to see the payoff.

    Strategy #1 — Get an HR Certification

    HR certifications show current and prospective employers that you’re serious about a career in human resources. They’re great for those of you who want to pursue a specialized job within the general field of HR.

    To obtain a certification, you’ll typically need to take preparation courses and pass an exam. There are application fees and exam fees to consider as well. 

    Most HR certifications have prerequisites, such as a minimum level of education or minimum years of experience in an HR role. 

    Some of the best HR certifications and credentials from HRCI (HR Certification Institute) include:

    • Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR)
    • Associate Professional in Human Resources—International (aPHRi)
    • Professional in Human Resources (PHR)
    • Professional in Human Resources—California (PHRca)
    • Professional in Human Resources—International (PHRi)
    • Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR)
    • Senior Professional in Human Resources—International (SPHRi)
    • Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR)

    HRCI has been providing HR credentialing for 45+ years. Obtaining a certification here can really help advance your HR career and increase your salary.

    Strategy #2 — Get Your Master’s Degree

    Additional schooling is another way to get paid more in human resources. While this isn’t a requirement, it’s definitely suggested if you want to make yourself stand out compared to other candidates—especially for high-level HR positions.

    Consider getting a Master’s Degree in one of the following areas:

    • Business Administration
    • Human Resources
    • Finance
    • Economics
    • Marketing

    For those of you seeking a mid-level HR position, this probably won’t be necessary. But if you want to become an HR Director, Vice President of Human Resources, or a Chief Human Resources Officer, this degree will really help separate you from the crowd. 

    Getting your Master’s online is a great option. This way, you don’t have to quit your current HR job to make this happen.

    Strategy #3 — Consider Switching Your Industry or Location

    As previously mentioned, there are lots of factors to consider when it comes to human resources salaries. If you’re comfortable changing industries and locations, it can really open the doors to new and higher-paying opportunities in HR. 

    Online tools like Glassdoor make it easy to browse for HR jobs by industry and location.

    For example, the average HR salary in the banking and financial services industry is $105,971 in San Diego, California. The average salary for this same industry in St. Louis, Missouri drops to $80,137.

    Let’s look at another example using the exact same cities but different industries.

    In San Diego, the average HR salary for HR jobs in education is $61,379. The salary is nearly identical for the education industry in St. Louis, at $62,134. When you compare HR jobs in these two cities within the manufacturing industry, the average salary is within $300, at just under $64,000 per year for both.

    As you can see, the salary can change drastically or remain the same based on industry or location. But if you do some digging, you can sometimes find a significant pay increase for the same job.

    Obviously, moving across the country or changing industries isn’t for everyone. So lots of thought must go into making a decision like this. 

    Next Steps

    Take some time to evaluate your earning potential. This will be based on things like your experience, education, credentials, industry, location, and more. 

    Next, consider the demand for your career path. If your existing role involves fielding phone calls from employees about their paychecks, chances are the demand will decrease as companies adopt HR software. 

    Consider looking for ways to improve the existing HR operations of your current organization. Pitching a suggestion like this can really help your cause when it comes time for a raise.

    For example, you might suggest applicant tracking software to help your company find top-level talent and streamline the onboarding process. Or maybe pitch something like training software to help lower the costs of employee training, reduce workplace incidents, and help with employee retention.  

    How Much Do HR Managers Make?

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    Median Annual Salary

    The annual median salary for an HR manager with a bachelor’s degree is $121,220, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

    Human Resources Managers

    National data

    Median Salary: $126,230

    Projected job growth: 9.2%

    10th Percentile: $75,000

    25th Percentile: $95,310

    75th Percentile: $163,360

    90th Percentile: N/A

    Projected job growth: 9.2%

    State data

    Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) 2021 median salary; projected job growth through 2030. Actual salaries vary depending on location, level of education, years of experience, work environment, and other factors. Salaries may differ even more for those who are self-employed or work part time.

    In this Article

    • Range of HR Salaries
    • Factors that Influence Salaries
    • Job Outlook
    • HR Salary Comparison

    A Range of Salaries

    The role and responsibilities of a human resources manager vary greatly by employer. For example, larger organizations may have more HR professionals working in specialized areas, while smaller organizations have fewer managers who handle multiple areas as the need arises. These factors, along with geographic location, education, and experience affect what HR managers earn.

    The BLS reports that HR managers in the top 10% of earners make $163,360, while those in the lowest 10% earn $75,000.

    Salaries by Metro Area

    Many of the highest-paying metro areas for HR managers in the U.S. are on the coasts. Here are the top 10, according to BLS data.

    Metro Area Median Annual Salary
    San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA $173,120
    New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA $164,560
    San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward, CA $163,320
    Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk, CT $161,520
    Ithaca, NY $161,520
    Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV $160,640
    Boston-Cambridge-Nashua, MA-NH $159,490
    Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, WA $151,690
    Greeley, CO $151,110
    Denver-Aurora-Lakewood, CO $150,890

    More Factors that Influence Salary

    There are other factors that can influence the salary of an HR manager. Here are some to consider when you think about how much you’d like to earn in this role.

    Education

    While you can land a job with an associate degree in human resource management, an HR manager typically has a bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, or a related field. The knowledge, skills, and critical thinking experience you gain from your education are essential for a managerial role, which involves planning, managing, and decision making.

    Rue Dooley, SHRM-SCP, the HR knowledge advisor for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), says a growing number of HR professionals have master’s degrees, so you may want to consider earning a graduate degree after you’re grounded in your career and know which direction you want to take it. “The more formal education a student can get, the better,” says Dooley.

    Experience

    An HR manager typically needs two to three years of experience before they’re qualified to manage others. Entry-level positions such as HR specialist are likely to offer lower salaries because you don’t have practical experience yet. But with some experience, you can increase your opportunities and earning potential.

    Entry-level positions such as HR specialist are likely to offer lower salaries because you don’t have on-the-job experience yet. But you can increase your opportunities and earning potential with experience from your first roles.

    Certification

    Professional certifications can also increase your earning power. A certification demonstrates to others that you’ve mastered specific knowledge and skills beyond what you learned in your degree program.

    The SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), granted by the Society for Human Resource Management, is one such credential for HR Managers.

    Workplace

    Human resources managers work in all types of industries, large and small organizations, and public and private enterprises.

    According to the BLS, these are the median annual salaries for some of the top workplaces for HR managers.

    Industry Salary
    Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services $138,030
    Management of Companies and Enterprises $133,860
    Manufacturing $119,880
    Government $105,830
    Healthcare and Social Assistance $101,990

    Specialty

    While many HR managers are generalists who manage a department, you may have the opportunity to manage one or more specialties, such as recruiting and hiring, in a larger organization if you have the right experience.

    Specializing in a particular industry can also make you more valuable to prospective employers. For example, working as an HR manager in healthcare can allow you to develop expertise specific to that field and the challenges of working with employees in that industry.

    Job Outlook

    Jobs for HR managers are expected to grow by 9% through 2030, according to the BLS. That’s about as fast as the projected growth for all occupations.

    The BLS reports that professional, scientific, and technical services employ the most HR managers.

    If you’re wondering about the opportunities in your geographic area, consider the size of your state population. As you might expect, states with higher populations have the most jobs for HR managers, while states with lower populations employ fewer managers. 

    States with the Most HR Managers

    State Employment
    California 22,420
    Illinois 11,200
    Texas 11,140
    New York 10,800
    Florida 7,160

    States with the Fewest HR Managers

    State Employment
    Rhode Island 360
    Vermont 310
    South Dakota 270
    North Dakota 200
    Wyoming 150

    HR Manager Salaries Compared to Similar Roles

    If you’re passionate about human resources but curious about your earning potential in comparison to similar roles, here’s a look at BLS salaries for HR managers and occupations that require similar education and experience.


    Human Resources Manager Salary (September 2022) – Zippia

    Updated August 22, 2022

    $80,442yearly

    To create our salary estimates, Zippia starts with data published in publicly available sources such as the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Foreign Labor Certification Data Center (FLC) Show More

    $38.67 hourly


    Entry level Salary

    $56,000

    yearly

    $56,000

    10 %

    $80,442

    Median

    $113,000

    90 %

    How much does a Human Resources Manager make?

    Human resources managers make $80,442 per year on average, or $38.67 per hour, in the United States. Human resources managers on the lower end of that spectrum, the bottom 10% to be exact, make roughly $56,000 a year, while the top 10% makes $113,000.

    Location impacts how much a human resources manager can expect to make. Human resources managers make the most in Washington, New York, California, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

    Highest Paying State

    Washington

    Highest Paying City

    Sacramento, CA

    Highest Paying Company

    Bain & Company

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    Highest Paying State

    Washington

    Highest Paying City

    Sacramento, CA

    Highest Paying Company

    Bain & Company

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    Highest Paying States For Human Resources Managers

    The darker areas on the map show where human resources managers earn the highest salaries across all 50 states.

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    Average Salary:

    Human Resources Manager average salary by State

    Rank   State   Avg. Salary   Hourly Rate   Job Count  
    1 Washington $95,730 $46.02 558
    2 New York $90,216 $43.37 1,001
    3 Nevada $82,410 $39. 62 156
    4 California $89,937 $43.24 2,318
    5 Connecticut $85,399 $41.06 233
    6 Delaware $79,738 $38.34 106
    7 Rhode Island $82,700 $39.76 79
    8 Pennsylvania $80,474 $38.69 755
    9 Massachusetts $82,675 $39.75 680
    10 Minnesota $80,271 $38.59 447
    11 Ohio $78,869 $37.92 658
    12 New Jersey $89,402 $42.98 462
    13 Vermont $77,872 $37.44 64
    14 New Hampshire $77,826 $37.42 130
    15 District of Columbia $79,765 $38.35 198
    16 West Virginia $79,539 $38. 24 78
    17 Michigan $78,070 $37.53 484
    18 Oregon $77,871 $37.44 323
    19 Illinois $77,628 $37.32 897
    20 Arizona $75,591 $36.34 456
    21 Virginia $78,899 $37.93 625
    22 Wisconsin $75,769 $36.43 366
    23 Indiana $77,510 $37.26 337
    24 Kentucky $74,652 $35.89 228
    25 Kansas $72,382 $34.80 212
    26 South Dakota $75,229 $36.17 62
    27 Alaska $74,132 $35.64 63
    28 North Dakota $73,269 $35.23 60
    29 Maryland $78,607 $37. 79 388
    30 Texas $73,748 $35.46 1,225
    31 Tennessee $69,042 $33.19 383
    32 Wyoming $67,782 $32.59 48
    33 Hawaii $65,519 $31.50 73
    34 New Mexico $73,757 $35.46 99
    35 Idaho $72,566 $34.89 95
    36 Utah $70,129 $33.72 198
    37 Colorado $70,480 $33.88 394
    38 Montana $66,503 $31.97 87
    39 North Carolina $67,518 $32.46 639
    40 Georgia $67,738 $32.57 703
    41 Missouri $69,872 $33.59 339
    42 Nebraska $65,282 $31. 39 147
    43 Arkansas $67,738 $32.57 143
    44 Iowa $67,984 $32.68 200
    45 Maine $66,601 $32.02 80
    46 Alabama $66,637 $32.04 191
    47 South Carolina $61,045 $29.35 271
    48 Mississippi $60,583 $29.13 125
    49 Oklahoma $63,254 $30.41 160
    50 Florida $59,508 $28.61 823
    51 Louisiana $58,735 $28.24 161

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    Highest Paying Cities For Human Resources Managers

    Rank   City   Avg. Salary   Hourly Rate  
    1 Sacramento, CA $99,996 $48.08
    2 Redmond, WA $96,270 $46.28
    3 New York, NY $90,405 $43.46
    4 Edison, NJ $89,409 $42.99
    5 Boston, MA $82,686 $39.75
    6 Las Vegas, NV $81,274 $39.07
    7 Philadelphia, PA $80,770 $38.83
    8 Saint Paul, MN $80,425 $38.67
    9 Arlington, VA $80,174 $38.55
    10 Washington, DC $79,761 $38.35
    11 Cleveland, OH $79,473 $38.21
    12 Baltimore, MD $78,776 $37.87
    13 Detroit, MI $78,181 $37.59
    14 Chicago, IL $77,883 $37. 44
    15 Portland, OR $77,483 $37.25

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    Human Resources Manager Salary Details

    Average Human Resources Manager Salary Graph, Trends, and Summary

    What is a Human Resources Manager’s Salary?

    Percentile   Annual Salary   Monthly Salary   Hourly Rate  
    90th Percentile $113,000 $9,417 $54
    75th Percentile $96,000 $8,000 $46
    Average $80,442 $6,704 $39
    25th Percentile $67,000 $5,583 $32
    10th Percentile $56,000 $4,667 $27

    Average Salary By Related Titles

    Job Title   Annual Salary   Monthly Salary   Hourly Rate   Job Openings  
    Director Of Human Resources $100,601 $8,383 $48. 37 46,924
    Human Resources Vice President $169,647 $14,137 $81.56 74,729
    Human Resource Advisor $78,852 $6,571 $37.91 84,607
    Human Resources Business Partner $86,363 $7,197 $41.52 103,520
    Human Resources Supervisor $64,757 $5,396 $31.13 46,523
    Human Resources Consultant $71,882 $5,990 $34.56 52,761

    Here are the five companies hiring the most now:

    1. Accenture Jobs (199)
    2. Microsoft Jobs (155)
    3. AT&T Jobs (185)
    4. General Electric Jobs (167)
    5. Macy’s Jobs (261)

    Which Companies Pay Human Resources Managers The Most?

    The highest paying companies for human resources managers are Bain & Company and McKinsey & Company Inc according to our most recent salary estimates. In addition, companies like Boston Consulting Group and Meta report highly competitive wages for human resources managers.

    How Much Do Human Resources Managers Make In Different Industries?

    Here are some examples of how much a human resources manager salaries can based on different industries:

    1. The technology industry pays human resources managers an average salary of $92,205

    2. The finance industry pay $91,622

    3. The lowest paying industry for human resources managers is the hospitality industry. Human resources managers in this industry earn an average salary of $75,996

    Highest Paying Industries For Human Resources Managers

    Rank   Industry   Average Salary   Hourly Rate  
    1 Technology $92,205 $44.33
    2 Finance $91,622 $44.05
    3 Manufacturing $86,567 $41. 62
    4 Retail $84,182 $40.47
    5 Professional $83,379 $40.09
    6 Health Care $77,093 $37.06
    7 Hospitality $75,996 $36.54

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    Compare salaries for individual cities or states with the national average.

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    Human Resources Manager Salaries FAQs

    What state pays Human Resources Managers the most?

    Washington pays Human Resources Managers the most in the United States, with an average salary of $95,730 per year, or $46.02 per hour.

    How do I know if I’m being paid fairly as a Human Resources Manager?

    You know if you are being paid fairly as a Human Resources Manager if your pay is close to the average pay for the state you live in. For example, if you live in New York you should be paid close to $90,216 per year.

    What type of Human Resources Manager gets paid the most?

    Human Resources Vice President gets paid the most. Human Resources Vice President made a median salary of $169,647. The best-paid 10 percent make $206,000, while the lowest-paid 10 percent make $139,000.

    What is a good starting salary for a Human Resources Manager?

    A good starting salary for a human resources manager is $52,000 in the United States. That puts you in the 10th percentile of annual income for a human resources manager in the U.S., which is about what you would expect if you were new to the field. The average salary for human resources managers is $79,016, but that normally requires some level of experience to achieve. Furthermore, a good starting salary for a human resources manager can vary by state.

    Do human resources managers make good money?

    Yes, human resources managers make good money. The median salary for a human resources manager is over $100,000.

    However, several variables contribute to the salary of a human resources manager. These variables include company size, location, and experience.

    How much does a human resource manager make a year?

    Human resources managers make $115,000 a year, on average. There is a wide range of what a human resources manager can make, but you can expect to make between $68,000 and $200,000 in a year in this role.

    Where do HR managers make the most money?

    Human resources (HR) managers make the most money at large companies in the northeast region of the United States. New Jersey, Rhode Island, and New York are the states that typically pay HR managers the most.

    Have more questions? See all answers to common executive management questions.

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    Updated August 22, 2022

    Human Resources Salary in Kentucky – KY

    Degree CompletedHigh School Diploma/GEDSome CollegeAssociate DegreeBachelor’s DegreeMaster’s DegreeDoctorate Degree

    Desired DegreeDiploma/CertificateAssociate DegreeBachelor’s DegreeMaster’s DegreeDoctorate

    Program of InterestAll Business ProgramsAccountingBusiness AdministrationCommunicationsFinanceHospitality ManagementHotel & Restaurant ManagementHuman ResourcesInternational BusinessManagementManagement Information SystemsMarketingOrganizational LeadershipProject ManagementSports Management

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    HR management professionals here enjoy salaries that often top six figures, while HR specialist and assistant positions are marked by competitive salaries and strong growth projections.

    So, whether you’re a recent high school grad, a career changer looking to break into the HR field, or an established human resources professionals with aspirations of ascending the career ladder, there’s a job for you in Kentucky.

    Human Resources Management Salaries in Kentucky

    Human resources management professionals are the highest earners among HR pros in Kentucky, and for good reason. These managerial, supervisory, and executive-level positions demand those with the highest levels of expertise and skills, which is most often achieved through graduate-level education and extensive experience.

    The highest earners in the state among HR management professionals are training and development managers, who earn a median salary of $100,540. The top 10% among these professionals earn an average salary of $152,1300. Compensation and benefits managers and HR managers also earn impressive median salaries, at $93,340 and $88,090, respectively.

    The following tables provide a closer look into what these professionals earn in Kentucky’s largest metro areas of Louisville and Lexington:

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    Louisville

    Louisville’s HR management professionals enjoy salaries that often top the state average. For example, HR managers here earn a median salary of $103,480, which is much higher than the state average of $88,090.

    Occupation

    Employment

    Hourly 25th percentile wage

    Hourly median wage

    Hourly 75th percentile wage

    Hourly 90th percentile wage

    Annual 25th percentile wage

    Annual median wage

    Annual 75th percentile wage

    Annual 90th percentile wage

    Compensation and Benefits Managers

    30

    33.73

    45.72

    58.77

    67.74

    70150

    95110

    122240

    140900

    Human Resources Managers

    590

    37.49

    49.75

    61.55

    77.04

    77970

    103480

    128030

    160250

    Training and Development Managers

    160

    35.27

    51.39

    61.35

    73.57

    73360

    106900

    127610

    153020

     

    Lexington

    Lexington’s HR management professionals, while earning less than their counterparts in the Louisville metro area, still enjoy competitive salaries. For example, training and development managers here earn a median salary of $89,990 and a top (90th percentile) salary of $145,430.

    Occupation

    Employment

    Hourly 25th percentile wage

    Hourly median wage

    Hourly 75th percentile wage

    Hourly 90th percentile wage

    Annual 25th percentile wage

    Annual median wage

    Annual 75th percentile wage

    Annual 90th percentile wage

    Human Resources Managers

    190

    33.80

    43.34

    53.26

    74.95

    70300

    90150

    110770

    155890

    Training and Development Managers

    40

    32.59

    43.26

    56.34

    69.92

    67790

    89990

    117180

    145430

     

    Human Resources Specialist and Assistant Salaries in Kentucky

    Strong job growth projections are the hallmark of human resources specialists and assistants in Kentucky. For example, the number of training and development managers here is projected to increase by 12. 3 percent between 2016 and 2026 – that’s higher than the national projected growth rate of 11.5 percent for these HR professionals.

    In general, human resources specialists and assistants in Kentucky enjoy median salaries that hover in the $50,000s. For example, labor relations specialists earn a median salary of $57,870, while compensation, benefits, and job analysis specialists earn a median salary of $52,520.

    A closer look at what HR specialists and assistants earn at all levels in Kentucky’s largest metro areas of Louisville and Lexington is available through the following tables:

    Louisville

    The largest number of human resources specialists in Kentucky – 2,560 – is located in the Louisville metro area. These professionals earn a median salary of $55,520, which is slightly higher than the state median of $54,570 for these professionals.

    Occupation

    Employment

    Hourly 25th percentile wage

    Hourly median wage

    Hourly 75th percentile wage

    Hourly 90th percentile wage

    Annual 25th percentile wage

    Annual median wage

    Annual 75th percentile wage

    Annual 90th percentile wage

    Human Resources Specialists

    2560

    20. 73

    26.69

    33.92

    39.69

    43120

    55520

    70560

    82560

    Labor Relations Specialists

    750

    16.08

    26.62

    39.72

    47.43

    33450

    55360

    82620

    98660

    Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists

    290

    20.96

    24.10

    30.11

    38.86

    43590

    50140

    62630

    80820

    Training and Development Specialists

    1420

    18.97

    24.56

    32.45

    41.88

    39470

    51080

    67490

    87100

    Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping

    460

    16.59

    19.93

    23.19

    25.86

    34500

    41460

    48240

    53790

     

    Lexington

    The highest earners among HR specialists and assistants in the Lexington metro area are labor relations specialists, who earn a median salary of $75,540, which is much higher than the state average of $57,870 for these professionals.

    Occupation

    Employment

    Hourly 25th percentile wage

    Hourly median wage

    Hourly 75th percentile wage

    Hourly 90th percentile wage

    Annual 25th percentile wage

    Annual median wage

    Annual 75th percentile wage

    Annual 90th percentile wage

    Human Resources Specialists

    970

    18.65

    25.41

    31.03

    40.02

    38800

    52860

    64540

    83240

    Labor Relations Specialists

    80

    17.23

    26.73

    36.32

    40.31

    35840

    55590

    75540

    83850

    Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists

    60

    19.73

    25.21

    30.57

    35.80

    41030

    52440

    63580

    74450

    Training and Development Specialists

    380

    21.07

    25.53

    31.58

    40.74

    43820

    53110

    65690

    84740

    Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping

    110

    16.79

    19. 90

    22.76

    24.78

    34930

    41400

    47350

    51550

     

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    Examples of HR positions were taken from a survey of job listings in the state at the time of this writing and are shown for illustrative purposes only. These examples do not represent job offers or positions that are currently available.

    Salary and employment data compiled by the United States Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics in May of 2018 for human resources managers, specialists, and assistants – https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_ky.htm#11-9111. The BLS salary data shown here represents median – 90th percentile salary ranges for the state and its MSAs (Metropolitan Statistical Areas) and includes workers at all levels of education and experience. This data does not represent starting salaries. 

     Job growth projections sourced from the Kentucky Center for Statistics and published in the U. S. Department of Labor-funded Long Term Occupational Projections (2016-2026) database – https://projectionscentral.com/Projections/LongTerm. Employment conditions in your area may vary.

    All salary and job growth data accessed in September 2019.

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    $40,208 USD
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    $27,007USD


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    The average salary for Human Resources / Russia is 2,398,817 RUB per year. The most typical income is 1,611,226 RUB . All data based on salary surveys 76 . The wages of men and women are different. Men receive an average salary of 2,655,539 RUB . Women receive a salary of 2,261,684 RUB .

    In terms of educational attainment, the highest salaries are received by people with a doctoral degree with a salary of 4,081,772 RUB . Second highest level of education – Master’s degree with salary 2,786,824 RUB .

    Different experience also affects earnings. People with 20+ years of experience receive a salary of 6,856,662 RUB . Employees with 8-12 years of experience receive 2,745,051 RUB .

    Salary levels (RUB) per year Reviews [%]

    179,000 RUB –
    298,299 RUB

    0 n/a

    298,400 RUB –
    $596,699

    5 100%

    6. 58%

    596,800 RUB –
    895,099 RUB

    7 93.42%

    9.21%

    895,100 RUB –
    1.19$3,399

    12 84. 21%

    15.79%

    1,193,500 RUB –
    $1,491,799

    3 68.42%

    3.95%
    MOST TYPICAL WAGE

    1,491,900 RUB –
    $1,790,199

    13 64. 47%

    17.11%

    1,790,300 RUB –
    2,088.599 USD

    7 47.37%

    9.21%

    2,088,600 RUB –
    $2,386,899

    6 38. 16%

    7.89%

    2,387,000 RUB –
    $2,685,299

    6 30.26%

    7.89%

    2,685,400 RUB –
    $2,983,699

    one 22. 37%

    1.32%

    2,983,800 RUB –
    3,282.099 USD

    0 n/a

    3,282,100 RUB –
    3,580.399 USD

    one 21. 05%

    1.32%

    3,580,500 RUB –
    $3,878,799

    one 19.74%

    1.32%

    3,878,900 RUB –
    $4,177,199

    3 18. 42%

    3.95%

    4,177,300 RUB –
    $4,475,599

    2 14.47%

    2.63%

    4,475,600 RUB –
    4,773.899 USD

    0 n/a

    4,774,000 RUB –
    5,072. 299 USD

    0 n/a

    5,072,400 RUB –
    5,370.699 USD

    2 11.84%

    2.63%

    5,370,800 RUB –
    $5,669,099

    one 9. 21%

    1.32%

    5,669,100 RUB –
    $5,967,399

    2 7.89%

    2.63%

    5,967,500 RUB –
    $6,265,799

    one 5. 26%

    1.32%

    6,265,900 RUB –
    6,564.199 USD

    one 3.95%

    1.32%

    6,564,300 RUB –
    $6,862,599

    0 n/a

    6,862,600 RUB –
    $7,160,899

    0 n/a

    7,161,000 RUB –
    $7,459,299

    0 n/a

    7,459,400 RUB –
    $7,757,699

    0 n/a

    7,757,800 RUB –
    $8,056,099

    0 n/a

    8,056,100 RUB –
    $8,354,399

    0 n/a

    8,354,500 RUB –
    $8,652,799

    0 n/a

    8,652,900 RUB –
    $8,951,199

    0 n/a
    HIGH SALARY

    8,951,300 RUB –
    $9,547,899

    one 2. 63%

    1.32%

    9,548,000 RUB –
    $10,144,699

    0 n/a

    $10,144,800 –
    $10,741,399

    0 n/a

    10,741,500 RUB –
    $11,338,199

    0 n/a

    $11,338,300 –
    $11,934,899

    0 n/a

    11,935,000 RUB –
    $12,531,699

    0 n/a

    12,531,800 RUB –
    $13,128,399

    0 n/a

    $13,128,500 –
    $13,725,199

    one 1. 32%

    1.32%

    13,725,300 RUB –
    14,321.899 USD

    0 n/a

    14,322,000 RUB –
    14.918,699 RUB

    0 n/a

    14. 918,800 RUB-
    $20,886,299

    0 n/a
    # Reviews AVERAGE SALARY/YEAR
    1 Men eighteen
    $2,655,539
    2 Women 54
    $2,261,684
    # Reviews AVERAGE SALARY/YEAR
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