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    raphaellu

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    laid off teachers find new jobs

    Post  raphaellu on Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:43 am

    (sorry i didnt get this up here earlier)
    Raphael Lu

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    Thousands of Californian teachers last year received the dreaded “pink-slip”. Most of the laid off teachers were rehired, but hundreds are still desperately looking for a job. Many of these teachers are considering moving to another state where more job openings are more open or choosing a new profession. This causes a cataclysmic tidal wave and effects both current and aspiring teachers.
    These young adults are considering going into a new career because the fear that they too will be laid off and be jobless if the go into the teaching field.
    Many of the teachers now are quitting or taking part time jobs so the have job stability if they get laid off from their teaching carrier.
    If this madness keeps up we may lose all of our valuable teachers. This can be referenced back to history. In 1970 the schools in New York has recalled 10,000 teachers that had been laid off, but only 3,000 teachers went back to their classrooms. The other 7,000 has begun new carriers.
    Finding new teachers to fill in for the old ones is also becoming a difficult task. Recent studies have shown that the applicant amount for teaching schools has drastically decreased the past few years along with the amount of credentials given out.
    This economic downturn for teacher has also left a few in dept. Having only majored in teaching, some teachers have nothing to fall back on, but menial jobs such as alteration shops or waitresses and waiters. The major salary difference is making it hard for them to make ends meet.
    Some people still live in the same old bubble thinking that Arcadia won’t be affected, because we’re living in a perfect little city. Those people are sadly misguided.

    raphaellu

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    laid off teachers find new jobs

    Post  raphaellu on Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:55 am

    Raphael Lu

    Laid Off Teachers Find New Jobs (no quotes yet)


    Thousands of Californian teachers last year received the dreaded “pinkslip”. Most of the laid-off teachers were rehired, but hundreds are still desperately looking for a job. Many of these teachers are considering moving to another state where more job openings are more open or choosing a new profession. This causes a cataclysmic tidal wave and affects both current and aspiring teachers. This may place California in a teacher shortage in the years to come.
    These young adults are considering to switch majors to reduce the possibility of being laid-off.
    Many of the teachers now are quitting or taking part time jobs so they have job stability if they get laid off from their teaching carrier.
    If this furry of recession keeps up we may lose most of our valuable teachers. This can be referenced back to history. In 1970 the schools in New York has recalled 10,000 teachers that had been laid off, but only 3,000 teachers went back to their classrooms. The other 7,000 have begun new carriers.
    Finding new teachers to fill in for the old ones is also becoming a difficult task. Recent studies have shown that the applicant amount for teaching schools has drastically decreased the past few years along with the amount of credentials given out.
    This economic downturn for teachers has also left a few in debts. Having only majored in teaching, some teachers have nothing to fall back on, but basic jobs such as alteration shops or waitresses and waiters. The major salary difference is making it hard for them to make ends meet.
    Some people still live in the same old bubble thinking that Arcadia won’t be affected, because we’re living in a perfect little city. Those people need to come out of there shell and realize that even in Arcadia people are suffering from the economic crisis.

    raphaellu

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    laid off teachers find new jobs

    Post  raphaellu on Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:03 am

    Raphael Lu

    Laid off Teachers Find New Jobs


    Thousands of Californian teachers last year received the dreaded “pink slip”. Most of the laid-off teachers were rehired, but hundreds are still desperately looking for a job. Many of these teachers are considering moving to another state where more job openings are more open or choosing a new profession. This causes a cataclysmic tidal wave and affects both current and aspiring teachers. This may place California in a teacher shortage in the years to come.
    These young adults are considering switching majors to reduce the possibility of being laid-off. This is because, believed by freshmen Andrew Sun, “people are prone to being affected by the media blasting news such as ‘if you are a new teacher you will get a pink slip.’ Thus it alters their opinions in becoming a teacher.” However on the opposing side is Freshman Edward Chow. He believes that “if a person really wants to be a teacher, they should just work as hard as they can to gain the job. If not, try again and again.”
    Many of the teachers now are quitting or taking part time jobs so they have job stability if they get laid off from their teaching carrier.
    If this furry of recession keeps up we may lose most of our valuable teachers. This can be referenced back to history. In 1970 the schools in New York has recalled 10,000 teachers that had been laid off, but only 3,000 teachers went back to their classrooms. The other 7,000 have begun new carriers.
    Finding new teachers to fill in for the old ones is also becoming a difficult task. Recent studies have shown that the applicant amount for teaching schools has drastically decreased the past few years along with the amount of credentials given out.
    This economic downturn for teachers has also left a few in debts. Having only majored in teaching, some teachers have nothing to fall back on, but basic jobs such as alteration shops or waitresses and waiters. Freshmen Chris Lin said that the teachers should have a career plan ready to go and if it doesn’t fly, then they should have an alternative.” The major salary difference is making it hard for them to make ends meet.
    Some people still live in the same old bubble thinking that Arcadia won’t be affected, because we’re living in a perfect little city. Those people need to come out of there shell and realize that even in Arcadia people are suffering from the economic crisis.

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