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December 10, 2007


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Interesting. That is something I've thought about a lot, but haven't done anything about yet. I have partial plans to get my Master's degree, but I haven't decided for sure yet. I guess that is what is holding me back.

Thanks for noticing and pointing out my earlier comment! It really is nice. The place I teach pays me $267 per class session. They only pay once a month, so the 8 week classes are paid out spread over the months the class is taught (so, 2-3 equal payments).

Plus, with it being paid the last day of the month, it's a nice little extra boost to that savings account before I review our net worth at the end of the month!

I too teach, but I do it online since I have two young kids. It's so convenient and does pay some of the bills, like groceries. $1,000 here and there every few weeks tend to add up...

How did you get started? I would not mind teaching something like personal finance or something IT related. I however only have a BS, no masters of any kind. How would I get my foot in the door at a place like ITT or something online?

ITT Tech is the "clip joint" of colleges. They leave the student wondering what happened to that education and job "placement" they were explicitly promised.

ITT Tech is a joke. I went there, while my buddy went to our local community college. My classes cost me 4 times as much, but he got a better education.

However, after working in the industry for 15 years I am getting ready to start teaching night classes at the same community college that I did not attend. This article is helpful to know what pay to ask for.

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