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Can substitute teaching be a financially rewarding career?


 

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Kathryn L Hill says

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    Karen Hellier 4 years ago

    Thanks Kathryn Hill. I don't want to just survive, but that's the career that best fits my life right now in terms of flexibility. I guess I need to keep writing lots of hubs to supplement my income!

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    Karen Hellier 4 years ago

    livingsta,

    Thanks for your answer. I am new at it, and I agree with you so far, but need a flexible schedule that I can choose. I am not getting very many jobs yet, but I do realize it's the beginning of the school year.

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    Karen Hellier 4 years ago

    Thanks vocalcoach. I wish it was because I need flexibility AND financial security.

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    Karen Hellier 4 years ago

    No, not at all. I have found different teachers have different teaching styles, and it is interesting to be able to watch that and take what I like from the teachers I have observed. I am subbing in the younger grades, pre-k through 4th though.