Originally Posted by MrG
You get months - months
- off every summer. Then you have to work a whole three months before you get somewhere between five and seven days off for Thanksgiving and, a whole month later, two weeks at Christmas. Oh, and just in case the couple of months you have to work after the two weeks you get off at Christmas becomes too much of a grind, you get another week off in the spring. Then it's a whole two, maybe a bit more, months of work before that months-long summer break comes back around and give you the chance to recover from that I-just-worked-more-than-nine-months-with-only-a-total-of-like-a-month-of-vacation-time grind.
Truly, it is unbelievable that anyone could survive such a grueling work life. Thank you for posting on Facebook and reminding us how insanely hard it is to go back to work.
Yeah, but, like...they have to take a couple continuing education classes in there!
There's some strong entitlement with a lot of teachers. Loss of perspective on how everybody else in the universe has to work, I guess. I'm allowed to call them out on it because I used to teach
Yeah, my current job is WAY harder than teaching. And I still have an easy job on an objective scale.