What is the difference between chores and jobs?

Chores teach kids about responsibility. These tasks can be set on a recurring schedule or as one-off tasks. You can choose to tie chores to allowance to help reinforce the relationship between work and money. We give you the option of paying a percentage of allowance based on your child’s chore completion - or only paying allowance if all chores are completed. Examples of chores include “Wash the dishes every day” and “Clean your bedroom every week.”

Jobs are extra earning opportunities that will teach your family about initiative. The more they do, the more they’ll earn. You assign an expiration date and a unique reward amount per job to provide extra motivation for your kids. Examples of jobs include “Raking the leaves” and “Babysitting.”

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