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    I'm in Hillsborough County. The pay is low, workload is tough &
    it's all about the test. That being said, it's a job. I moved
    here from out of state(where I had been teaching as well). It was
    a bit of a culture shock, but I'm in my 3rd year & adjusting
    well. Always lots of openings here each year, as we are the 8th
    largest district in the country. Good luck!

    On 11/29/12, Bobby wrote:
    > On 11/24/12, Chuck wrote:
    >> I am from Wisconsin and licensed to teach 1st-8th grades
    >> regular ed. I am finishing up my Special Ed Cross Cat 6-21
    >> year olds with an emphasis in EBD this spring. I am
    >> interested in Sarasota, Manatee, Pinellas, Hillsborough,
    >> Pasco and Polk districts in one area. Duval, Nassau, Clay
    >> and St Johns districts in another area. Would people be
    >> willing to share their thoughts on the chances of getting a
    >> teaching job in one of these districts? Also, any thoughts
    >> on the districts themselves? My wife and I want to move to
    >> Florida in the worst way, but it is all dependent upon me
    >> getting a teaching job. Any and all honest opinions are
    >> greatly appreciated.
    >
    >
    > I caution you to move to florida for a teaching position. The
    > salaries are very low and everything is based on the FCAT. Even
    > if you get a job, you could be fired within 96 days and this
    > does happen Warning!!!