ND oil town's prosperity doesn't reach teachers
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Jobs paying $80,000 or more abound in North Dakota's booming oil patch, but when Molly Lippert came home from college, she gladly accepted a $31,500-a-year position teaching first grade.
"I'd really like to stay in the field of study I went to college for," said Lippert, 23. "The happiness that comes with teaching outweighs the price of anything else."
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