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...I found some of the greatest satisfaction in my jobs came from teaching and assisting my staff, so I am now excited to be focusing my career towards this type of pursuit. Over the last five years I have been either tutoring or working in classroom settings. In 2010 I earned my Massachusetts Physics Teaching License.

...During college I was a Teaching Assistant in Harvard Extension College math courses, working with members of Cambridge community in a variety of subjects. After that, I worked for 35 years doing economic research and software development -- fields in which logic and math are used every day. I k...

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