Every month I shell out what’s basically a second mortgage for not one, not two, but three children in daycare, and, frankly, it feels like a ripoff.
But then I think about how someone else is internalizing all the bs of not one, not two, but three of my kids all day and suddenly it doesn’t seem so bad.
And actually, with the average hourly rate for daycare providers and elementary school teachers coming in at $10.73 nationwide, I feel like I’m ripping them off.
Not to mention, you know, exposing them to any myriad of germs and diseases so I can go about my work while they take care of business.
Here are some pictures I think teachers should take to their administrations and use as collateral for a raise.
A raise to one million dollars.
1. “Umm, dealing with literal shit in a backpack? Gonna need more than $11/hour.”
2. “Definitely not getting paid enough to write home about this…”
3. “Or this…”
This letter, that was sent home from school today, is the funniest thing I've ever read. pic.twitter.com/5UYItrfVmO
— Paul Hunt (@pahunt1978) February 7, 2017