Pros: usually free lunch, new people and places
Cons: no benefits unless you are fortunate to work at least 35 hours a week consistantly, or paid time off, like sick leave or holiday pay
I enjoy my job here because I get to travel around and I experience different methods of teaching and curriculum.
It is interesting to see the different facilities and how they are set up.
Every where I have gone the people have been very pleasant, cooperative, and informative.
I especially like my assignment supervisors they are very pleasant, helpful. – more... The best part of my job is visiting new places, meeting new children, and teachers.
Hardest part is in summer time when work slows down . – less