No, Teachers In Finland Are Not Paid Like Doctors, But That’s Not Even The Problem Here.

Information collected from one thought and an individual brain shall always be debated in some manner by the opposing or changing values of the next generations interests.The web was apparently developed by the military for another purpose and turned millions of minds into one single annonymous brain.

The Indisputable Dirt

It seems that no matter how many times you say “hey, you can’t believe everything you read on the internet,” the message still fails to be received. The internet as we know it (sorta) is a quarter of a century old, and yet, we still don’t know how to use it.

Given that it has been in circulation for years, most of you have probably seen this meme on facebook, or twitter, or reddit, or wherever.


Let’s clear this up once and for all:

Teachers in Finland are not paid like doctors. The average teacher in Finland makes between $30,000 and $45,000 a year (depending on type and experience) while the average general practitioner makes about $70,000 (about half of what doctors in America make).

In fact, teachers in Finland are not even paid as well as teachers in America.

Here. I made a chart for you.


As you can see…

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