MCLEAN, VA — A student-run business in McLean made a few changes in response to the new coronavirus pandemic, but their business model is already equipped to handle no-contact communication. TeenServ, founded by McLean High School students, always allowed homeowners to post house work jobs for teens, communicate with the teens, and pay for jobs through virtual means. Jobs performed inside a house are suspended during the pandemic, but teens can complete outdoor tasks such as lawnmowing. The business can also help with errands when people cannot leave their homes. For example, one recent job posting requested pickup of items from a store. The contact-free work doesn't only have a public health advantage, according to the TeenServ owners.
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If you pay more than that PM me, I will send my 16 year old to do your work! Waynewolf what I would suggest is estimate how long it would take you, working steady, to do the work. If they slack off and take longer than you expected you are out nothing extra.
Although male partners are doing more chores at home than ever before, the gender divide in housework remains one of the most persistent and frustrating barriers to gender parity. Women still take on most of the cooking and cleaning at home—a pattern that even continues among retired people. And depressingly, recent research shows that this trend starts early, with teen girls spending more time on housework than teen boys each day. A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that girls between 15 and 17 spend more than twice as much time cooking and cleaning as boys in the same age group.