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What inspired you to become a teacher?

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Amrita’s Answer

If you think your knowledge can benefit someone, you should definitely opt your career as a teacher.

So chose the field where you think you have specialized and you have interest in teaching then you should go for the teaching jobs.

Many teachers discover that their love of children draws them to teaching, or that their own love of learning makes them passionate about teaching.

One of the most common reasons to become a teacher is to make a difference in the lives of as many students as you can. ... If you want to help a child struggling with low self-esteem and problems at home, then become a teacher to encourage them and help them realize their potential.

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Ali’s Answer

In my own case, I believe that this is the cleanest job than any other else. Also, here you can influence and inspire people more than anywhere else. Above all, you are dealing with humans rather than machines or goods. In addition, you can raise a generation of decent people away from racism, extremism, and get them closer to moral and virtuous beings. As it is said, if you want to make a long-term invest, educate people. In my belief, this is the job of the Lord Himself as he was the first teacher.

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Nisha’s Answer

Hi Anastasia,

I enjoy working with and encouraging children and did some substitute teaching prior to acquiring certification to become a teacher myself. I also desired the stability and paid summers off schedules that teachers enjoy.

I left the teaching field after 8 years to pursue a career in IT. I miss working with students, but I don’t miss everything else that came with the job. This career can be taxing, but also very rewarding if you enjoy what you do.

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