To make up for stagnating wages, teachers like Randy and Kim work side jobs to make up the deficit in their income. For these teachers, side hustles are worth the struggle in order to pursue what they love doing: helping the youth. Delivering pizzas, bussing tables, and landscaping are just some of the extra jobs they do to provide for themselves, the kids in their classroom, and their own kids at home. For more helpful resources on budgeting and entrepreneurship, click on the links below "Dive Deeper". You can also more find more videos on these subjects under the "Topics" section.
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