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I was looking at Denver and it seems like a cool artsy place. I'm an art teacher and wondering if it would be worth teaching there? Would I be able to find a job? Does it pay well? What's the economy like there? I notice many homes are very pricey, some aren't. What's the cost of living like? I know bills varie for everyone, but what do you generally pay for food, electricity and gas there? Is Denver a safe community? What other towns are near?
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  • Maria If you want to work in the mountains --note: very very expensive -- - but are looking for an elementary art position, there might be an opening for the 09-10 school year in Gypsum, CO. And I'd like to just add that it took me 7 months to get my...See More
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  • Steve On 8/16/08, Lori wrote: > > Wow! I moved here from California 4 years ago and haven't > regretted if for a moment! I was immediately offered two positions > teaching elementary music and the one I opted for has been > heave...See More
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  • lee ann costello On 7/24/08, Art Teach in CO wrote: > We love CO, but the teaching job market is VERY competitive > out here. Luckily, I have multiple subjects that I can teach > and I have some experience. Art positions (especially in the > high scho...See More
    Sep 15, 2008 report post
  • ~Bradley On 8/16/08, Lori wrote: > Bradley, I don't know where you're teaching, but it sounds like you > might be in a very rural area. There are certainly individuals who > think the arts aren't important, but I've not run ...See More
    Aug 17, 2008 report post
  • Lori On 7/25/08, ~Bradley wrote: > the teaching job market is VERY competitive > > Furthermore, Colorado is such a far-right, redneck state that > many are calling for the total elimination of art and music > education on the grounds...See More
    Aug 16, 2008 report post
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