Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I've noticed when doing searches that those seem to be the most common professions of single females..(at least in my age range)I can somewhat understand why there are plenty of single nurses on here (due to their often unusual hours of work) but what about all those teachers?Posted By: missyelliot83 on 8/24/2006 1101 AM Subject: Why are there so many single female nurses and teachers?Message: I am thinkin that they are really not nurses or teachers...... Not sure if you realize but teachers and nurses are human.
I know a friend that just graduated from the hospital unit clerk course (nowhere close to bein a nurse) and she tells everyone sge is a nurse.
Same as teachers aids, I know teachers aids that tell ppl that they are teachers just for the attention or to make ppl think higher of them. Most students are wonderful, but it's those few demanding students that can just wipe someone out. In fact, some administrators will consider it "poor classroom management" if a teacher has a truly nightmare student, and refers that student to an administrator.
I'm not sure about nursing, but teaching can be very isolating.
I do not like hearing the whines about the salaries, but I know it does discourage many wonderful would be teachers. I'm sure running after little kids is physically draining too.
The reality is that if anyone is saving up for their home or a fancy vacation or paying off a student loan, then a second job makes sense to meet their goal faster. I would think this is especially true of teachers in 20's and 30's that are just settling down in both profession and life. I know a friend that just graduated from the hospital unit clerk course (nowhere close to bein a nurse) and she tells everyone sge is a nurse. These are demanding careers, but there's not much authority.