Have you ever considered getting an Education Degree or Teaching Certificate? This infographic, Degrees in Education & Teaching Certificates - 2014 Trends, using the latest data on Education Degrees and Teaching Certificates in the United States and details the current job outlook, the outlook over the next ten years, top salaries, and top degree types for Education and Teaching positions. - See more at: http://degreecouncil.org/programs/education-degree/
1. 2014 DegreeCouncil.org Degrees in Education and Teaching Certificates From Degree Council .org A Day in the Life of a Teacher The individual workload for teachers depends mostly on the schools location and the age of the students. Leadership in individual school systems and educational benchmarks can increase the level of regulation on the classroom, which can be frustrating to teachers. Some schools allow teachers to have mentor and team-teaching opportunities, but most teachers work independently with a changing group of students.
2. 2014 DegreeCouncil.org Types of Education Degrees Bachelor Degrees are available in: Elementary Education for Mathematics, Social Studies, Science, English Language arts, and general Elementary Education A Masters can be also obtained in: Teacher Education for Mid Level Science, Secondary Mathematics, Mid level mathematics and secondary science Some of the Doctoral Degrees available are: Educational Specialist and an Educational Doctorate in Educational Leadership
3. 2014 DegreeCouncil.org Top 5 Careers available are Elementary and Secondary Schools at number one, number two is Employment Services, 3 has Colleges, Universities and Professional Schools, Local government is at 4 on the list and 5 is State government
4. 2014 DegreeCouncil.org Salaries Paid State Government jobs pay, on average, 56,000 per year, Local Government opportunities pay about 48.7 thousand, Colleges, Universities and Professional schools pay a little under 52 thousand, and Elementary and Secondary school teachers see an average annual income of 58.3 thousand dollar per year.
5. 2014 DegreeCouncil.org High school teachers According to the US Bureau of Labor and statistics (BLS), high school teachers held 1.1 million jobs in 2008. The BLS also reported that employment opportunities were expected to grow by 9% between the years 2008 and 2018, though this growth would be dependent on various levels of education spending in each state and locality.
6. 2014 DegreeCouncil.org Kindergarten and Elementary School Teachers According to the Us Bureau of Labor Statistics, elementary school teachers held 1.5 million jobs in 2008. Employment is projected to increase by 16%, to 1,793,700 jobs by 2018. Also many job openings will be spurred by the retirement of present day teachers, as noted by the College Board. According to the College Board, nearly half of all teachers were over the age of 45 in 2006. Public schools, however, need funding from the government in order to hire more teachers, which may require local or state legislation, according to the BLS