Thanks about my b l o g; I'm slightly obsessed with the
whole b l o g ging industry.
I love my rural district, and would choose it any day over
the big suburban schools. I do, however, wish there wasn't
such a gap in pay between where I am and 20 miles away in
suburbia. Doing the same job I am now with the same
qualifications, I would make $20,000 more a couple school
districts over. It's a harsh reality, and though I AM
happy, the knowledge of the pay gap is a big pill to swallow.
I would like to see some equality in pay come out of this
whole situation. What's it like in the medical industry?
Do nurses at Grant Medical Center get paid far less than
nurses at Mount Carmel East?
The only other comments I keep seeing on other boards and in
the news reaction to Strickland's speech center on how he
plans to ascertain the money to fund all these initiatives.
It should be interesting to watch the next few years unfold!
On 1/30/09, pksped wrote:
> ALL of the previous post was mine. I deleted all the
> old stuff, but somehow
> left the top part that said "on 1/29/09 CB
> wrote." So it looked like CB wrote it, but I take
> the credit / (blame??) for it. Sorry for the confusion.
>> I'm showing my age. I momentarily forgot about the
>> Praxis III; I was hired in pre-praxis days. I agree
>> that if we have a residency, it should go, as well.
>> My other cousin is a physician's assistant. He
>> assists in surgeries (meaning he performs integral
>> tasks on the patient - not just wiping the brow of
>> the doctor). He didn't even have a four year
>> residency. Come to think of it, I don't think he had
>> ANY residency. He completed his master's degree, then
>> he was hired to perform his job. The physician who
>> employed him decided when, and if, he was ready to
>> help with surgical procedures.
>> That's a good question about placement. I live in
>> such a rural district that I forgot about the race to
>> get the "good" school. Here it's a matter
>> of location, location, location (meaning simple
>> geography; not being in the right place at the right
>> I LOVED your b l o g, CB. I especially loved your
>> intro and the value of the cow. I think we live and
>> work in the same place. Are you my neighbor?!? It's
>> too bad you're having a hard time posting here. You
>> made a lot of good points. I believe b l o g is a bad
>> word here. Notice the spacing I used - try that if
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