Why does teaching a noble profession?

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I think any profession that is done for the benefit of others can be considered admirable. Teachers are suppose to provide students with the necessary tools to achieve their personal and career goals. Doctors and scientists who work for non-profit organizations to help people in countries where health care is poor and suffer from serious diseases such as malaria or Aids are, in my opinion, just as noble as teachers who spend their time teaching others essential skills such as reading and writing.

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I think there's something special about teaching that you can't find in other professions. Teaching has the aspect of giving future generations the capability to succeed in life and to reach the goals they aspire to. Passing on knowledge is the backbone of every society around the world regardless the content of that knowledge. Without good teachers the world as we know it would cease to progress and we would find ourselves in a situation of stagnation.

I also think that by putting education at the front of our priorities we send an important message regarding our values.

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It is the only profession that could bring a true change in this world, this profession can eliminate all racism , violence and hate in the world. World  peace is all about education!

Teaching is a noble profession because you are giving the light of education to others. There is no exception for getting an education. When we are educated, we can enjoy our lives in many more ways. 
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TEACHING is a "noble profession" because ... It requires considerable education and solid academic achievemnt, yet it pays poorly in comparision to many other professions (like law and medicine) and yet a teacher can have a life altering effect upon many people (inspired by, enlightened by and encouraged by good teachers.) Rob

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Teaching is a noblest profession specially if you are teaching in the public school. in DepEd Cebu , there are normally 60 students or pupils in the classroom. These students are learning from you daily even the teacher are under paid, no bonuses, overwork and less benefits. They managed to give their best.

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       Teaching is said to be the noblest profession because this profession is composed of individuals with outstanding qualities. Individuals that possess high sense of moral character, and impressive personality that could manipulate learning throughout the country. And these individuals are no other than "teachers" who are really work-oriented, dedicated and hardworking.

                                                                    -Jocelyn Delfin

teaching is considered to be the noblest profession because without teachers, there would be no doctors, no engineers, no pilots, no lawyers, etc..Teachers strive hard to fulfill their duties and responsibilities even with low a salary but with a great load of work.. no other profession can make other profession possible without teachers.

 

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