Teaching Profession

Teaching is the unique profession that creates to all the other professions. Unknown author Is incomprehensible, like a government who has been identified totally with the vindication of the rights of the workers, guaranteeing social justice, right fairness, wages according to the economic reality of the present, not him of the importance to protect a treatment just, an agreed wage a the quality of life that at the moment Venezuela it demands, especially to the professors and of a very specific way which it concerns to us like the college student. Hill to understand like management the income that the country with the commercialization of the petroleum perceives that is a bonanza and as the budgets are administered, among them the one of education, that does not satisfy for anything the operativity of the public universities, mainly the payment, wage of teaching staff. It costs to us to accept, that the politician reigns on the cultural thing, the educative thing, the health, house and cases occur where the present government gives more aid and gives million dollars to other countries instead of to just distribute equitably to the income providing the wage to that it has right the educational college student. Of here, that it does not surprise in its last publishing house of the virtual magazine com., that its director the economist and university professor of postgraduate Dr. Navarrese Arthur, he comments, that the pay of a university professor in Venezuela cannot be more depressing; it is much smaller than the one than happens anyone of its students, any average employee and until of many workers, taxi drivers and workers of the informal economy. If he compares himself with the pays that happen the officials government, the parliamentarians, the managers deprived public and nor say themselves; and if they are compared with those of his similars in other countries, the difference is of the sky to the Earth. .

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