For Seattle Teachers, Summer Vacation Rolls On With Work Strike

[Originally published by Forbes]

 

How would you like a job that pays average salaries and benefits exceeding $90,000, offers a nearly 3-month summer vacation, and requires some of the shortest work days of its profession? For the average U.S. household–median income $51,939—this might seem attractive. But for Seattle’s unionized public school teachers, it merits enough outrage to go on strike…[read the rest at Forbes]