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Topic - Wade Brosz
MIAMI | By day, Wade Brosz teaches American history at an A-rated Florida middle school. By night, he is a personal trainer at 24 Hour Fitness.
Second jobs are not a new phenomenon for teachers, who have historically been paid less than other professionals. In 1981, about 11 percent of teachers were moonlighting; the number has risen to about one in five today.
"The second job was to get back what was lost through cuts," said Brosz, a nationally board certified teacher. "It was tougher and tougher to make ends meet. I started personal training because it's flexible hours."
"The second job was to get back what was lost through cuts," said Mr. Brosz, a nationally board-certified teacher. "It was tougher and tougher to make ends meet. I started personal training, because it's flexible hours."