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Wednesday, December 15, 2010


I think part of the problem is too often we judge someone's worth by how much money they make. Sure, you probably could have become a lawyer - a great one - but for YOU, you're getting more from what you're doing now. And you could argue you're DOING more as well. It's a shame the payscale doesn't reflect the different hats a teacher must wear.
I'm going to be leaving a career of graphic design to become an art teacher. And it's not about the pay (especially in SD, as you point out.) Which is probably what I should have done in the first place, since a part of me has always wanted to be a teacher since I was, oh...about seven. :)

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