At Least You Get Summers Off

In honor of Labor Day in the United States (I have a regular day of work; Venezuela’s Labor Day is sometime in the Spring), I decided to post this link a best friend sent to me. For the past four years Labor Day in New York City has marked the end of my summer and the beginning of another school year. The weather always seemed to get cooler exactly on Labor Day. It was time to put away the short shorts, summer dresses, and sleeveless tops and start pulling out scarves, sweaters, and light jackets.

Labor Day was a sad moment for me.

Regardless, I love what this link states. I work ten months out of the year and have reported to work anywhere from two weeks to the day before school started. Besides that, I agree with everything said here.

The Real Number of Hours Teachers Work

 

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