If your business is other people's business — meaning if you take care of people's children, money or property — then you will want to be careful about negotiating some treacherous terrain near week's end. This is when you could get drawn into the private affairs of others in a way that may prove detrimental to you. Maybe it's a divorce, a dispute over finances or accusations of hanky-panky. This is what they call in your line of work an "occupational hazard." In any case, you will want to be low-key, objective and professional in all dealings.
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