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Education
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Fuel the minds
of the future

Fuel the minds
of the future

Why Become an Educator?

Make a difference in the lives of students, share your love of learning and encourage them to realize their future by helping them walk the path of success.
  • Use your creative talents to inspire the minds of the future
  • Be remembered as that one teacher that made a difference
  • Contribute to your community, pass forward what was given to you

Meet your need to balance life, work, and school with programs that fit you. Choose a path that is a good mix of speed versus impact on your current job and career goals. Work with top schools to leverage your prior educational experiences, embrace a broad array of potential careers, and stay organized and on-track with flexible schedules.

Top Growing Education & Teaching Occupations

2018 - 2028
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of education, training, and library occupations is projected to grow 5 percent from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the average for all occupations. About 512,900 new jobs are projected to be added from 2018 to 2028. Enrollment is projected to increase at both the college and university level and among public elementary and secondary schools, therefore postsecondary teachers and preschool, elementary and secondary school teachers will be needed to meet the demand.
NUMBER OF NEW JOB OPENINGS BY OCCUPATION
POST SECONDARY TEACHERS
+155,000   
TEACHER ASSISTANTS
+55,400   

PRESCHOOL TEACHER

+36,900   

SCHOOL AND CAREER COUNSELORS

+27,200   

POSTSECONDARY EDUCATION ADMINISTRATORS

+13,500   
Skill to leverage

COMMUNICATION

As an educator, communication skills are front and center. You’ll be sharing and nurturing ideas and knowledge that will empower your students and fellow educators.

Education skills driving success

PATIENCE we all learn in different ways and at different paces. As an educator, patience, understanding, and empathy are important to all.

ATTENTION TO DETAIL sometimes one individual or the whole group can miss the subtle details. Sharp attention to details is all the difference in EDU.

INFERENCE having the ability to gather known facts and evidence and draw conclusions or opinions is key to pursuing new ideas and insights.

ADAPTABILITY through many different subjects, student needs, and the circumstances of your company or institution, adaptability keeps you grounded in change.

TEAMWORK similar to team sports, higher team functioning leads to better education outcomes.

OBSERVATION paying close attention to students to determine their level of interest or comprehension of a topic can help EDU professionals adjust and redirect their efforts.

DETERMINATION education & teaching is a demanding field. Hours are often long, and your students are counting on you to stay on track.

COMMUNICATION Working with others is large part of the EDU field. Good communication skills ensures your success.

THINKING LOGICALLY Getting stuck in the EDU field is an almost daily occurrence. Learn to think outside the box and move objectives forward.

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Levels of education and wages

In 2017 the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the median wage for high school graduates was $36,100. The median for those with a Bachelors was almost twice that.

BACHELORS DEGREE

$72,800 annually

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

$36,100 annually

"The mind is not a vessel to be filled but a fire to be ignited."

Plutarch, Greek-Roman biographer

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All stats sited ‘bls.gov’ except * source: https://www.weareteachers.com/teacher-impact-statistics/