Advice Needed ASAP

Discussion in 'Preschool' started by pabef, Apr 25, 2017.

  1. pabef

    pabef Comrade

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    I teach Pre-k at a small church preschool. While I love my job and the flexibility to be off whenever I need for sickness or personal reasons, the pay is low and the benefits non-existent. I have an opportunity to apply for a position with the local elementary school to teach preschool. The salary would be $10,000 more with insurance and retirement. My hesitation is that I have some minor health issues and this job would not be as flexible to leave or call in sick. My current boss is very understanding. Thoughts? Is the extra money worth losing flexibility?
     
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  3. ChildWhisperer

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    How much time do you need to take off?
    You can always apply, interview, etc. And if you feel like they won't be as flexible, you don't have to work there.
     

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