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Man quits teaching job to earn $100,000 as personal grocery shopper

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By Kaylin Jorge

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — It sounds too good to be true – but the story of a teacher quitting his job to make $100,000 as a personal shopper is gaining a lot of attention.

Former teacher Ed Hennessey said he’s now making $100,000 working for the company "Shipt." That’s a far cry from the $50,000 he made teaching high school students in Florida, Hennessey said.

Hennessey built up a fan base and started making more and more money. So, in 2017, he took a sabbatical then decided to became a personal shopper full time. The 20-year teacher said he struggled to make ends meet, so he started working part time as a personal shopper in 2015.

Hennessey built up a fan base and started making more and more money. So, in 2017, he took a sabbatical then decided to became a personal shopper full time.

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