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Old 03-14-2013, 11:08 PM   #1
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Any full-time retired teachers out there?

I am planning on retiring from teaching and going full time RVing with my DH. He has a CDL that he could put to use for extra income. As a retired teacher what could I do for a little extra income? Any ideas would be appreciated.

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Being married to a teacher, I know that ANY time SWMBO wants to earn extra cash, she tutors. Seems like there's always a need as it's always been her choice to NOT do it, as opposed to not having students that need tutoring. Most somewhat populated areas now have "Commercial Tutoring Businesses" in place that would quickly hire a retired teacher on a "work as much as you want" basis.

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My wife isn't a retired teacher, but she taught for a small stretch of time in the past.

What areas did you teach? I can better get an idea of your skills if I knew what you focused on.
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Tutor. Check with the local schools and see if they have any kids needing tutoring in areas that you can teach.

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