it should dovetail with my adjunct faculty position. This means multiple income streams, but two part-time jobs do not equal a full-time job
I’m hoping that by writing this, I’m shedding light on a sad condition, and maybe it’ll help somebody to feel a little bit better about their struggles knowing that they really are not alone.
There are striking similarities. In both groups, with few exceptions, they’ve entered their respective fields out of a desire for service. In both, the vast majority of them are good people of high moral fiber. In both, there are exceptions.
The problem with both of these (and a couple of other ideas that I’ve read) is that they are knee-jerk reactions to a very serious flaw in our system that has been festering since, well, frankly since the Constitution was written. Passing legislation so quickly means that much will be overlooked. These are “feel good” resolutions, but either go too far or are simply surface level modifications failing to seek out and address the root problems.
Between volume and shape, we can define all three of these states. But, you know, there are others.
History is rich with misconceptions of science and discovery. It’s a fascinating to me to track down the true stories behind these misconceptions.
There is no doubt in my mind that most, if not all, of the fifty-seven officers who resigned are good police officers, but if this is indeed the case, then you have to ask why they resigned in a show of solidarity and support for this act of unjustified police brutality.
I know I can do better. I’m still learning, but I’m hoping they are as well.
like the adjunct position, it is a “long-term” part-time temporary position. That means low pay (but probably more than I’m making teaching), and no benefits. Of course. And I’ve been in a position in the past where I’ve worked two part-time jobs, and the reality is that two part-time jobs do not equal one full-time job.
we all face a multitude of monsters throughout our lives, unknowns that make us nervous or afraid.