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Kindergarten and Elementary School Teachers
Preparation of younger students for future schooling by teaching them the basics of subjects such as math, reading and science.
Teachers work in public or private schools normally during the day hours preparing school work and grading papers.
Kindergarten or Elementary School Teacher Requirements
At least a bachelor degree and additionaly public school teachers must have a state-issued certification or license.
Annual wage of kindergarten teachers was $49K and the annual wage of elementary school teachers was $52K.
Expected growth of 17% from now into 2020, because of both declines in student–teacher ratios and increases in enrollment mixed with teacher retirement. Employment growth will be regional.
Special Education Teachers
Working with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional and physical disabilities they modify lessons to meet each of the student needs. With students who have severe disabilities, they teach the students independent living skills and basic communication.
Work in either public or private schools. They generally work school hours when students are present but use nights and weekends to prepare lessons, do paperwork, and grade papers. Some special education teachers work during the summer.
Special Education Teacher Requirements
Bachelor degree and a state-issued certification or license. Private schools typically require teachers to have a bachelor degree. Private schools may prefer to hire teachers who do have a license.
Annual wage of special education teachers was $53K in 2017.
17% growth from now well into 2020 is expected because of increasing special needs enrollment and continued demand for special education services.
Trade School Teachers
Trade school teachers instruct students in a wide variety of academic and vocational subjects well beyond high school, while conducting research and publishing scholarly papers.
Working in public and private colleges, professional schools, community colleges, vocational schools with flexible work schedules.
Trade School Teacher
Must have a Ph.D. but, master degree may be enough for some trade school teachers at community colleges. At technical and trade schools work experience may be important for getting a teaching job.
Annual wage was $62K in 2017.
Growth by 17% from now into 2020 as enrollments at trade schools at all levels continue to rise due to retraining of work force from low job fields to a high demand job fields because of the economic structure in United States evolving.
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