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How steady is the work for substitute teachers in the Atlanta Metro area?

by tom44 on July 31, 2013

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Question by TryingIs N: How steady is the work for substitute teachers in the Atlanta Metro area?
I know subbing isn’t a full-time gig, but considering the teacher shortage in Atlanta in addition to the normal reasons why schools call on subs, how regular is the work?

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Answer by Wandermind
You are looking for a full-time substitute teaching job are you? Isn’t that an oxymoron?

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One thought on “How steady is the work for substitute teachers in the Atlanta Metro area?

  1. KSUOwlGirl says:

    It is based on counties, and your level of education….in Douglas the work was very steady for me, I was working on my ed degree and the schools liked for me to work because I had some training and my skills were fresh in my mind…I had trouble getting Sub jobs in Cobb, because the Sub list was so long. Check with the local BOE in your area, they can give you a better idea.

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