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When hardship looks to be inevitable...

Discussion in 'Personal' started by modelmaker, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    There's more talk than usual about redundancies and the lack of supply work. Talk about the future looking grim. Discussions about what else teachers could do.
    But what will your mindset be if and when when you get your final payslip? Will you stash the money away to eke out over the coming hard times or will you blow some of it on a party to celebrate you never have to do that job again? It might be the last time you could have a party.
    Will you be thinking of investing the redundancy money and your savings in a business venture?

     
  2. modelmaker

    modelmaker Occasional commenter

    There's more talk than usual about redundancies and the lack of supply work. Talk about the future looking grim. Discussions about what else teachers could do.
    But what will your mindset be if and when when you get your final payslip? Will you stash the money away to eke out over the coming hard times or will you blow some of it on a party to celebrate you never have to do that job again? It might be the last time you could have a party.
    Will you be thinking of investing the redundancy money and your savings in a business venture?

     
  3. littlemissraw

    littlemissraw Occasional commenter

    It'd be going away to pay the bills as jobhunting is horrible and extremely tough. If then I secured another job then maybe a party or a holiday. My last redundancy pay was pittance so it didn't do much at all. x
     

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