I am a little scared that I'll have to make a difficult choice of picking a school to work for. One position is in a nicer area for only half the year, but you never know it could possibly turn into a full year. The other position is in a mixed area some rich, but mostly poor; bordering our state capitol which is a rough area. This job is for a full year. Both rides are fairly easy. The mixed up area has a better drive. Monetary speaking is pretty much the same, with a $500 difference a year (if I am able to stay that long) in the nicer area school. Money doesn't bother me, it's the students... Maybe I'm worrying too much, but I'm just afraid it turns into my worst nightmare and I'm in a binding contract that I can't get out of to teach there for a whole year. The trouble is I need the full year to complete my schooling, to get my teacher certification plus half my Masters credits. What do you think I should do? Take a chance go for the nicer district hoping they'll have another half year sub position, or go for the sure thing of the full year in the troublesome district?