As a substitute, I have been to several of the many schools in this district. I have always felt welcome and taken care of. As a substitute, I don't get benefits, but I do get paid well and I have the ability to accept or decline work whenever the opportunity arises. Unfortunately, I'll need a summer job to get me through the summer break. Sometimes, being a sub is really hard because you often have to improvise or work with partial information. Occasionally, it can be stressful or chaotic, but overall, my stress is lower in this job than at other jobs I've had.
Flexible schedule, well paid, rewarding