Since Americans are living longer and experiencing more healthy years after retirement, it’s only natural that some of them remain active participants in the workforce. In fact, according to a 2013 survey of adults over 50, more than 80% said it was likely that they’d work for pay after retiring from their primary career. There are a variety of reasons … Read More
Maybe it’s the moment your youngest child heads out the door to kindergarten, or the day your eldest gets their learner’s permit. Now that the kids are older, the house is quiet, and you’re able to take a breath, it hits you: You’re ready to go back to work. Returning to the workforce can be a challenge. You may fear … Read More
When you ask teachers what the biggest perk of their job is, they often say “having summers off.” Subs may enjoy the freedom of the season and more time off, but having a reduced income during those three months can present a challenge. Here are 7 easy and low-cost ways to recharge during the summer, without breaking the bank. Already … Read More
Let’s face it, even if you love your job, it comes with its challenges. The students take their time getting used to you, the teacher you’re subbing for doesn’t always leave you prepared, and often you may feel like you’re just winging it.So, if you’re feeling stressed out, here are some quick ways to achieve a little relaxation and peace as a substitute educator.
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