I have some questions about subbing, and I'm hoping those of you who have subbed before can help me. I've just about given up all hope of finding a teaching job for the coming school year. Absolutely nothing is open where I live. An area I've always wanted to move to seems to always have sub jobs advertised online and in the papers. I'm not sure how much of that is actual demand, since it seems like I've read on here where people are having a hard time getting sub jobs. Part of me is seriously considering moving there in hopes of getting sub jobs and more experience. However, I'm very reserved about it because I would have to get my own apartment. If they are as desperate for subs as they make it seem, it might be OK because I could most likely get a job every day. I'm also not opposed to tutoring in the evenings to make some extra money. The ad says the pay is $65 to $85 depending on the district. Does this seem normal? I have no idea what the average district pays. Have you been able to get jobs whenever you want them? Or has it been very difficult to get sub jobs this year? Also, what do you do now that summer is here and school is out? Any information anyone can give me about subbing will be greatly appreciated!