If you're looking for teacher jobs, you're in the right place at the right time. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that nearly 1.9 billion teaching jobs will appear between 2014 and 2024. These teaching jobs will range from preschool teachers to college professors.
Depending on the position, jobs for school teachers have a wide range in salary. Preschool teachers tend to make a little over half of what K-12 teachers make. By far, teaching jobs that serve universities make the most. Entry-level education plays a role in the salary; preschool teachers require an associate degree and elementary school teachers require a bachelor's degree. College teachers need either a master's degree or a doctorate, depending on the requirements of the university and field of study. Below are the median salaries for these teaching jobs:
A growing number of online teaching jobs are available as well. The salaries are estimated to be the same as teachers in a facilitated building. The most common online teaching jobs are university positions for online classes.
Not all teaching jobs are for classic education. The list below details jobs for educators other than teaching:
Shaping and supporting the minds of pupils is an honorable task. Whether you want to pursue teaching preschool, elementary or college positions, the field for these educators is growing. What you teach your students will help shape the way they grow up and take their own positions in the workforce as adults. If you are interested in teaching but want something a little different, there are opportunities for you as well.