Which job would look better on a resume?

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  1. royalteach

    royalteach New Member

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    I am, or would be, a first year teacher this upcoming year. Problem is my fiance just received a job opportunity out of state that he can't pass up, so it appears we are moving after the wedding. I am assuming, because it is later in the hiring season, I probably won't be able to find a teaching position for the upcoming year this year. My question is which alternative job would look better on my applications for next year... Would I do better to substitute teach, or get a preschool job in a daycare. I am still hoping to stumble upon something out there, but I also want to be realistic and ready to just make myself stand out next year. Thank you for your help!

    Also, sorry for typos and grammatical errors. I am on my tablet and the keyboard is acting goofy. I tried to check, but I'm sure I missed something.
     
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  3. giraffe326

    giraffe326 Virtuoso

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    What are you certified in?
     
  4. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    Jul 21, 2013

    I'd sub.
     
  5. Rainbowbird

    Rainbowbird Groupie

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    Jul 21, 2013

    I would sub unless your speciality is early childhood.

    You can likely land a LTS job that could lead to permanent employment, and those pop up all the time--so you wouldn't have to start right in Sept. if you need more time to relocate etc.
     
  6. leighbball

    leighbball Virtuoso

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    I agree with subbing and looking for LTS jobs, depending on what your certifications are.
     
  7. SCTeacher23

    SCTeacher23 Comrade

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    As others have said, I would sub. It's good for your resume and good experience. I know of several people who have used subbing to get their foot in the door of a district.
     

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