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Advantages of Teaching

While it is true that teaching is not for everybody, everybody can be a teacher! Even your 3-year old daughter can teach you things you've never seen or thought of before - trust me! So what are then the pros and cons of teaching? Let's consider just a few.

The PROS for teaching


  • affords you the opportunity to make a difference;
  • offers a friendly schedule;
  • gives you the chance to collaborate with all kinds of people;
  • is never boring;
  • it allows you to creatively share interests, knowledge, and passions with others;
  • provides continuous opportunity for professional growth and learning;
  • allows you create a bond with students that can last a lifetime;
  • provides solid benefits such as health insurance and a retirement plan;
  • has a flexible world-wide job market;
  • can allow you to be closer to your children.

The CONS for teaching


  • is not the most glamorous job possible;
  • will never make you wealthy;
  • is being overtaken by standardized testing;
  • is even more difficult when you do not have parental support;
  • is often displaced by classroom management;
  • is too political;
  • can be extremely frustrating and stressful;
  • involves a lot of paperwork;
  • requires more time than you think.

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