What jobs can I apply for with a Master's in Teaching?
My advice however is to start NOW. Many many job opportunities come up because of personal networks. Put yourself into their world now, and let them know you are looking. Keep at them too. Send email updates if you can find a recruiter who will listen. Visit once a month to the Hr department AND the local schools you are interested in. Keep it light, but be clear that you want to work there. Principals will seek out those that express continued interest. Keep it light, but let them know you are looking for a position.
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A very good question. have you thought about being a Private Teacher? They make very good money. Also, everyone needs to learn. The human mind should never stop its education. In order for you to teach (and you could teach anything and everything you wanted) you must continue your education if you so wish to be truely knowledgeable. Though the Teacher learned first: the Student can know more. It really all depends on how far you want YOUR education to go.
This is an excellent question, and one that comes up often. The obvious answer is that you can teach at a variety of educational levels. Individuals who have their Master’s degree in teaching qualify for positions from Kindergarten to Community College. However, in recent years many individuals who have earned their master’s degree in teaching quickly discover that teaching children is not the right fit for them.
I recently answered a question that covered the topic of “other than teaching what else can I do”; please follow this link, Educational Careers, and read the various other possibilities that are available for any individual with a Master's in Teaching, but who do not want to teach.
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