This episode will probably not make me terribly popular with part of one segment of the community, namely teachers. Yesterday there was a teacher's strike in Sydney, NSW, Australia, and they weren't striking for jab mandates, or freedom or anything like that or something even pretty damn relevant at the time.
No, they were on strike for more money and less work because they say they don't have enough teachers. The average primary school teacher earns a lot more than an average healthcare worker in Sydney, so your average nurses, pathologists, general healthcare workers et al.
Healthcare workers go through the same level of education and more, and they contribute to saving lives, yet they don’t get anywhere near what teachers get. Healthcare workers also only get about four weeks of holidays a year compared to teachers who get about 14 weeks of holidays a year …. but they don't have enough teachers.