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On average, employees at Children's Home Net stay with the company for 2.5 years. Employees most commonly join Children's Home Net after leaving McDonald's. When they leave Children's Home Net, they most frequently get their next job at Camelot Community Care.
|Average Length of Employment|
Children's Home Net2.5 years
New Alternatives2.4 years
Youth Villages1.9 years
Southwest Key Programs1.5 years
|Top Employers Before Children's Home Net|
|Top Employers After Children's Home Net|
The Salvation Army7.3 %
Lutheran Services FL6.0 %
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