Education Jobs

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the teaching job outlook varies from good to excellent, depending upon a variety of factors, including location and subject taught. Special Education teachers in particular are needed in many districts across the country.Fast growing states, and those with an aging teacher population will be in the greatest need.

Income potential for teaching positions also vary by location and subject. Median incomes ranged from $39,000 to $44,000, with the top ten percent earning just over 68,000

But income is a minor factor in people's decisions to enter the teaching field. In many ways, teachers sacrifice income for lifestyle advantages, including long summer vacations. Teaching also allows people to stay on the same schedule as their children.

 

Launching Your Career

To launch your career in the education, you should investigate one of the many education degrees offered by our featured schools. Among the degrees they offer in the education field are:

  • Master of Arts in Eduction- Administration
  • Master of Arts in Education - Curriculum and Instruction
  • Master of Arts In Education - Adult Education
  • Master of Arts In Education - Computer Education
  • Master of Arts in Early Childhood Education
  • Master of Arts in Elementary Education
  • Master of Arts in Secondary Education
  • Master of Arts in Special Education
  • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership

Most teachers also are required to continue their education beyond their degree, in order to renew their teaching certificates. Our featured schools also may offer

  • Continuing Teacher Education Programs
 

 

Featured Schools, Colleges and Universities
These schools feature education degrees for the busy professional. Visit their websites and request more information.
 
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