Find a career that gives you meaning and a sense of fulfillment – do not just chase money. Many people choose a career because it brings the promise of a large paycheck and future riches. While money is important, it is not a guarantee of happiness. As a special education teacher, I do not make a large salary. I know many are struggling right now so it is hard to complain about my salary, but I think most would agree that teachers are paid only a moderate income. Most teachers get into the profession because they have a passion for… Read more.
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Danny Kofke is currently a special education teacher in Georgia. His love of teaching and finances led him to write two books, How To Survive (and perhaps thrive) On A Teacher's Salary and A Simple Book Of Financial Wisdom: Teach Yourself (and your kids) How To Live Wealthy With Little Money. Danny Has been featured on numerous television shows including The CBS Early Show, Fox & Friends, CNN's Newsroom and MSNBC Live. Danny wants to show others that if this 36 year-old school teacher can do well financially they can too.
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