ENL 102 MA3 source justification .docx

To umass as a psychology student and working part

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to UMass as a psychology student and working part-time I am gaining a lot of experience working in both a college environment and working around young children. I tend to be a fast learner so being able to teach others what I learn is very interesting to me. Choosing to be a professor and focus on child psychology was a decision I made based on what I enjoy and what education I would need to pursue this career. The position I chose is a goal of mine and I am expected to reach it once I graduate with my master’s in psychology. Though I will most likely not start as an associate professor I can work as an assistant professor and help with research to get my foot in the door. The web source I chose (Univ. Of Tennessee’s website) shows me very well what is expected financially from this position and what is required for education. This job requires me to work on research, teach classes and work closely with students. Housing & Utilities : Where do you want to live, and/or where can you afford to live, given the constraints of your job? What is the average price of the type of housing you are looking for (studio/1 BDR/2 BDR/pet-friendly, rural, suburban, city-life etc.) How will where you live affect your happiness level in terms of relationships, commute time, and proximity to experiences you enjoy?
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