Discussion in 'Cancun Forum' started by Brookers13, Sep 20, 2005.
thanks liz n hillsey
I say go!!
But usually (depending on the resort) it only costs a small amount more to stay for 7 days than it does for 4.
It's definitely more bang for the buck.
Price both and you'll see what I mean.
yeah try to save some more money and go 7 days think you will get much better deals
And honestly it's not much more.
Depending on which resort it can be as little as $200 on a package deal.
What kind of ques it that? .......
If you can swing a trip of any number of nights in Cancun, without going broke, DO IT!!!
haha im broke for sure...but im gonna be a teacher so i figure i may as well get used to it :wink:
Now, now, now....don't resign yourself to the poorhouse just yet.....LOL!
As you may already know, the entire generation of baby boomer teachers are now retireing in droves all over the country in massive numbers. In practically all states there are some SERIOUS shortages of teachers and not just in certain academic areas like math, science, and special Ed.
Chicago is soooo understaffed that they are recruiting like crazy to bring people here from other countries to teach! I think if this trend continues, you are perfectly timed to be able to make what you want if your willing to relocate to wherever is paying the most.
For example, Chicago is bringing people in, paying 100% of the cost of getting them a masters in Education & certification in this state! (while they are getting certified and getting their masters, they are full-time employees and working a classroom under the supervisor of a certified teacher)
Lotta teachers here who make more than I do as an attorney.....IN the northwest & north suburbs of Chicago you have ALOT of teachers making 6 figure salaries! Chicago isn't unique in this either......lotta places up north pay boo coo bucks for good teachers.
So if your willing to relocate at some point, you could end up with a VERY nice salary..... :wink:
definitely willing to relocate...but i was thinking south...i have a minor in spanish