I just ran into a long time friend of mine (one that I had not seen in over a month of Sundays), and during a quick talk, she told me that she worked on Bay st. (nice). So I thought for sure that all was good with $$. She then added that she had another p/t job as a hostess, again on Bay st (real nice!) where she made some great $$ - considering hours.
This had me thinking. I've run into a few that have had 1+ jobs. Was that due to necessity?? or trying to get ahead while they still had the time/strength.
Anyone here mooonlighting, or just plain have 2 jobs? And why?? Been actually thinking about a p/t gig, for fun though. A place that i would love to work @, doing something that I love doing.
Been dusting up the ol' CV this week infact. (what work!)
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I am in a strange situation, in that a regular MUN prof in the Faculty of Education will teach an average of 5 courses to apx. 100 students in the course of an academic year. This year, I taught 19 web courses, from the start of the Fall semester until tomorrow, to 386 students. Next year, it is estimated that I shall teach 20 courses to just over 400 students. So, do I have one full time job and three part time positions? As a teleprofessor, is extra teaching online any different than regular teaching online?? To be fair, I do get extra pay for each extra student I teach online beyond my normal load of six courses.
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