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January 30, 2013


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I don't think I would have the patience to be a teacher. I get easily frustrated when people don't grasp simple concepts quickly.

Interesting subject.

What about the teacher who has been teaching for 26 years and can't wait until she has her 30 years in order to qualify for her pension and get out of teaching?

My wife can't wait and she is trying to figure out what she could do that does not involve teaching.

Being an adjunct can be fun, keeps your mind active, and can be rewarding. The pay's not great, but it's a steady side income. Highly recommend.

Has anyone done their own One-to-one tutoring business- I've been curious about it for a while. If I could get $150/hr it would definately be worth my time.

We had a tutor for our son in high school and was a retired teacher. She charged $40 an hour.

No where near the $150 and hour. You must need to do something valuable to command that sort of rate.

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