Discussion in 'Job Seekers' started by futureteach24, Feb 9, 2014.
Feb 9, 2014
Has anyone been in this position? Did you get a job afterward? How did you proceed?
Uh oh.... I'm sorry...... Are you in this boat?
I know someone who was in this position and did get a job afterwards in a different state. If you can afford, I would resign. If not you can get unemployment. Hope this info helps!
Feb 16, 2014
I've been non-renewed before. I didn't want to get another job in that field anyway, so I went back to school for a different, much more in-demand field that I had always been interested in. I got a job in that new field just like that!
Feb 20, 2014
The real issue is unemployment.
IF you can afford not to have unemployment, resign.
Will you work again? That depends on where you are located at and how close you are to that school.
Feb 23, 2014
Don't resign--ever. Getting UI is important, especially in this economy. However, you will likely have to move some distance to resume a career, perhaps out of state.
The kicker is if the prospective district calls the old district and asks if you are eligible for rehire. That is a very hard thing to overcome whether or not you quit.
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