Is it hard to get going in teaching now?

Discussion in 'Work, Careers, Employment rights, further study' started by Frank Underwood, Jul 2, 2018.

  1. Frank Underwood

    Frank Underwood Registered User

    Oh there is a very positive attraction to teaching. I want to do a job where I can make a difference. Where I can be a positive force in someone's life. I do love children and I'm very comfortable with them. They seem to flock to me.
    Then there's the things like putting on a dress and heels and going out and meeting the world. Being at home is very isolating and lonely but I feel it's worth it for my children and I am happy overall, I just know I need a meaty interesting job when they go to school. I told one of my cousins the other day, she said why don't you just get a few hours in an office, why are you bringing all this stress and pressure (of doing a masters and trying to get established as a teacher) on yourself. But I see it as being worth it and I would be bored senseless doing office work. It would be easier really if I didn't have this drive inside me!! But I am the way I am.
  2. Sunny

    Sunny Frequent Poster

    Good on you Frank! It is 2018 after all and the weather is nice!