7:30 to 3:00 pm. Nice hours however overtime is impossible to get. Most go over their hours because of large workload. Everyone is salary so they make it impossible to get OT.
There are two aspects:
1 - face time in the classroom
2 - the prep time and / or follow-up time (grading assignments / tests, etc.)
There is no getting around the fact that weekly / monthly/ yearly hours are going to be well in excess of 40 hours per week in TOTAL, which is supposed to justify the nine weeks off in the summers.
There are other jobs with remote/ telework capabilities that make the classroom less desirable than in years past.
Student behavioral control might be a major factor for some newer Teachers also.
It helps to have worked other jobs in advance of becoming a Teacher, for a better sense of personal "compare & contrast".
Can either be a rewarding job, or a thankless job--for many reasons!
The working hours are amazing. Mine are 8 am- 3:20 pm,
8 am to 2:50pm with 50 min lunch break (district 75 special education) you can work a second job too since the hours are agreeable. They pay for school up until bachelors... also they have bussing position for Morning and afternoon/evening and my school has a afterschool program (more money 😊)
The working hours were fine.
Working hours are agreeable and affords a working parent the opportunity to be home when their child gets home from school.
Not offered enough hours
The hours were perfect. It was the same as the school hours. It can be a little difficult when you're a commuter, but it was
Hours of operations are between 5 AM and 4 PM
Overtime isn't allowed 99.99% of the time so you will be working 8 hours with a 30 min lunch between those hours