Oops, meant "personal" not "personnel"
On 5/04/08, Math Teacher wrote:
> "why doesn't he start hiring older, experienced teachers."
> Strictly business, not personnel.
> New teachers cost less. The answer stinks but that's the
> On 5/04/08, do it wrote:
>> If the hiring manager thinks that job dissatisfaction in his
>> district is due to the district hiring young teachers who
>> have never held other jobs then why doesn't he start hiring
>> older, experienced teachers. I know a lot of credentialed
>> teachers who have had other jobs but often they are passed
>> up for the newbies fresh out of college who truly never have
>> had a real job. I kind of find his answer disingenuous.
>> I think you have to find out for yourself how teaching is.
>> If you get a good assignment then you will be sure that the
>> dissatisfied teachers are off-base and don't belong
>> teaching. If you have a bad assignment then you will start
>> to think that maybe the complainers had a valid complaint.
>> You don't need to really ask who loves it do you because
>> certainly someone will love it. Just do it.