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Old 12-30-2019, 08:19 PM
 
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After considerable thought I have decided to broaden my job search to include higher education and business. With all of the required documents for a teaching application it was refreshing to submit a cover letter and resume for a business training position and cover letter, resume, short application for a community college position.


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Best of luck, SubMan
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Do keep us updated. Iím excited for you, and I have a feeling youíre going to be very pleasantly surprised by the responses you get.
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I don't blame you and wish you the best of luck.
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Best of luck, and here's to a new job for the New Year!
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Nice.
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I'd love to work at a community college. Most students and professors actually WANT to be there.

It would be a welcome change after dealing with the rampant anti-intellectualism and incessant drama of the public school system.


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Old 01-01-2020, 07:24 PM
 
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And you probably won't have to go through 3 or 4 interviews just to get the job.
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I just did a similar thing. I really like the school I work at. I looked up the district on edjoin and there was a job for a special ed aide. It pays 1/2 as much, but I added it up, and in dollars, it would be more money (you work every school day). I added up this school year and I would have made over $2,000 more, to date, as the aide. There would be much more consistency, and I think I'll make more of a difference in the life of my students, as an aide, than as a sub. We'll see.
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