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VentureBros

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New Hampshire Public / Private school Teacher
« on: October 17, 2011, 08:13:01 am »

  Hi there! I'm VentureBros Gf. 
We are loving the idea of Being able to join NH, and take back some control of our lives. I have my BA, I teach 7th grade Language Arts here in FL. I'm here asking all of you, what is it like inside the surrounding school systems? Can you post links here leading to more information? Thank you :-)
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Re: New Hampshire Public / Private school Teacher
« Reply #1 on: October 17, 2011, 11:08:51 pm »

Welcome!

My understanding is that the job market for teachers is a bit challenging right now (here is one recent article regarding that situation). The good news is that unemployment in NH is among the lowest nationwide (5.2%), so despite the challenges, it's likely that the job situation is better here compared to most other areas of the country.

Another good thing about teaching in NH, compared to some other parts of the US, is that the schools tend to be reasonably well funded and well run and have fewer of the big city problems.

Public school jobs are listed at http://www.edjobsnh.com/Edj/front/scripts/jobsearch.cfm, not sure what the best resources are for private school jobs.

Also check out FSP Job Alert page on Facebook, and the jobs page on this site.

Best of luck   :)
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Re: New Hampshire Public / Private school Teacher
« Reply #2 on: October 18, 2011, 08:06:07 am »

I don't know exactly what subject that would fall under, but here are a couple links to teaching jobs in NH:

http://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=teacher&l=NH

http://www.schoolspring.com/find/new_hampshire_teaching_jobs_in_new_hampshire.cfm

Of course, peak season for teaching jobs is march-august.
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Re: New Hampshire Public / Private school Teacher
« Reply #3 on: October 19, 2011, 04:47:10 pm »

I would check out Exeter, Pinkerton, and www.InformalU.org
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Re: New Hampshire Public / Private school Teacher
« Reply #4 on: October 19, 2011, 05:23:30 pm »

I would check out Exeter, Pinkerton, and www.InformalU.org
I don't know exactly what subject that would fall under, but here are a couple links to teaching jobs in NH:

http://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=teacher&l=NH

http://www.schoolspring.com/find/new_hampshire_teaching_jobs_in_new_hampshire.cfm

Of course, peak season for teaching jobs is march-august.
Welcome!

My understanding is that the job market for teachers is a bit challenging right now (here is one recent article regarding that situation). The good news is that unemployment in NH is among the lowest nationwide (5.2%), so despite the challenges, it's likely that the job situation is better here compared to most other areas of the country.

Another good thing about teaching in NH, compared to some other parts of the US, is that the schools tend to be reasonably well funded and well run and have fewer of the big city problems.

Public school jobs are listed at http://www.edjobsnh.com/Edj/front/scripts/jobsearch.cfm, not sure what the best resources are for private school jobs.

Also check out FSP Job Alert page on Facebook, and the jobs page on this site.

Best of luck   :)

You are all awesome, these are great links! Any more are always welcome, a person can never have too many resources.
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« Reply #5 on: October 20, 2011, 08:01:29 am »

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Re: New Hampshire Public / Private school Teacher
« Reply #6 on: October 20, 2011, 07:59:57 pm »

It's a bit tough for teaching jobs out there right now. School enrollment has been declining for 10 years along with the birth rate. The average age of NH residents is among the highest in the nation. Thank goodness for the Free State Project participants, who are relatively young on average.

You can also check out teaching jobs in northern Massachusetts and commute from NH.

Or just move here and make things happen. Welcome.
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