Teacher Aide Reviews

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Based on 256 responses, the job of Teacher Aide has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.05 out of 5. On average, Teacher Aides are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Teacher Aide?

April 2016
"It is a very challenging and accomplished job."
Teacher Aide:
Pros: I can work as well as take care of my own children in hours are convenient that way. I enjoy the staff I work with that have a good relationship and supportive.
Cons: It can be stressful at times.
February 2017
"You will eventually need to take a test or 48 credit hrs."
Teacher Aide in Sicklerville:
Research schools carefully. The pay scales are drastically different.
September 2017
Teacher Aide in Washington:
Pros: Ease of access, great home.
Cons: Cost of living versus pay.
October 2017
"Culture."
Teacher Aide in rotorua:
Pros: Meeting new people.
Cons: Cost of living.
January 2019
"It’s a lot of work with little pay but it pays of by helping the kids cope with there awful childhood they endure."
Teacher Aide in San Diego:
Pros: I like to help the children
Cons: A lot of exercise
February 2019
Teacher Aide in YANDINA:
Pros: interaction with students
Cons: lack of involvement with management
February 2019
"Enjoyable."
Teacher Aide in Kaitaia:
Pros: Helping our young children
Cons: None