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 Post subject: Re: A 'tsunami' of Boomer teacher retirements is on the horizon
PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 10:02 pm 
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It looks as though it is harder to get teaching jobs in Colorado. Makes sense in that so many want to live here.

I'd be happy subbing for a few years though. I could re-locate for a good job after I figured what I was best at.

It appears that the greatest demand is for teaching at the grade school levels. That is fine. I've done well with kids as a rule. The super brats are .... brats of course.

I've been a Sunday School teacher and an Asst Boy Scout Master. I wonder if those would look good on the resume? I would think so. Been a long time though.

I am liking this idea of teaching. In fact, I was once interested in getting a Masters in biology and teaching HS biology. HS biology is where I felt the most comfortable.

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 Post subject: Re: A 'tsunami' of Boomer teacher retirements is on the horizon
PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2009 10:16 am 
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Put any teaching experience you've had on your resume, PT...it can't hurt.

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