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Old 01-09-2021, 08:52 AM
 
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Currently currently live outside the Boston area. Iíve been teaching for over 20 years. But I canít retire yet.

My sister is planning to relocate to Wake County North Carolina and having my mom move in with her.

I am thinking about moving with 9 year old son and finding a teaching job and a home.

I would appreciate advice about teaching in Wake County or places to live. Or places to avoid. Iíve taught in big cities my whole career so I wouldnít mind teaching in Raleigh.

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I live east of Wake County and taught there one year.

Right to work state, no union
salaries are much less. You can find salaries on dept of Ed website. Keep in mind, that is the base and each county gives a % supplement. I think Wake is up to 15%
You should find a job fairly easily
Consult if living is way lower!!!!!
Wake is booming so houses have increased tremendously in past year or 2, but I still think it's less than Boston area
please let me know if you want any additional info. I know some areas that are good to live and others that you might not want to choose. Feel free to PM me if you don't want others to know who you are. Saw you were signed out
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