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Q&A: How do you get a job as a sub teacher? Who to and when do you apply? Do you get paid daily or hourly?

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Question by Sarrah L: How do you get a job as a sub teacher? Who to and when do you apply? Do you get paid daily or hourly?
I’m planning on taking a course to get certified. I’m just unfamiliar with how the school system works. I live in Cherry Hill, NJ and I here they get paid $ 90 a day. So would I be a contractor and have to take out my own taxes? Sorry its a lot to ask, but any info is appreciated.

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Answer by jonesey
I’ve subbed in a different system before. You’re an hourly employee of the school system usually, so there are no weird tax ramifications. You usually need at least two full years of college as well. Check with the districts around you.

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2 thoughts on “Q&A: How do you get a job as a sub teacher? Who to and when do you apply? Do you get paid daily or hourly?

  1. teechurgye says:

    Generally, you can qualify for an Emergency teaching certificate if you have at least 2 years of college.

    When you are hired by the district, you can have them take out taxes automatically. You will be on the district’s payroll.

  2. DrIG says:

    If you work for a public school it is very unlikely that you would get paid as a contractor. Contact the school districts in your area and ask them how to apply. They may want a college education and a license issued by the state of New Jersey./

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