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    Did you return to work part time, full time or CRT/ET?
    If you have done CRT/ET, what is the pay like after tax in comparison to part time/full time?
    I'm considering my options for next year!
    I know the pay per hour is more for CRT.

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    I went back part time. I'm 3 days a week at the moment, which works out to be 51k per annum. I've only done one or two casual days, and it was about 350 a day, but that's in NSW.

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    I'm about to go back 2 days a week. It's a job share so I can be part time. But they guy I share with has been given two casual days as well so he's there five days and has the classes (which he's been doing the whole time ive been on leave) and I'm doing the two days of "extras".

    For me, two days of casual wasnt enough extra to cover the fact that I wouldn't be getting paid over holidays or getting sick pay.

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    I'm going back as a CRT on Friday!! After over a year not working but nearly 5 years since I've been in a classroom.

    At my increment I'm going back after being an assistant principal it works out better for me to go back as a part time teacher rather than a CRT. Another incentive for me is continuing to build up sick pay and superannuation as well as the benefits of being paid over the holidays and summer. So if you work out yearly I think overall it would be better to go back as a permanent staff member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I went back part time. I'm 3 days a week at the moment, which works out to be 51k per annum. I've only done one or two casual days, and it was about 350 a day, but that's in NSW.
    ^^ This. I had my daughter in 2009 and went back 3 days a week. I'm currently on maternity leave with my son and will be again returning 3 days a week in term 4. I'm also in NSW.

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    Thanks for your replies. So far I will be returning 3 days. I'm just worried about the corrections/reports as I teach a specialist subject in high school, therefore more students over the week.

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    Might be a stupid question but do u get holiday pay if you're part time? I'm still working out my options for next year.

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