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Assuming the role of an ESL teacher can be a rewarding, exciting experience. Putting you in touch with people from a broad range of backgrounds as well as providing the opportunity for travel, becoming an ESL teacher is a career choice that many people consider today. But what are the requirements? We take some of the mystery out of the ESL Teacher career path to help you make an informed decision about your career options.
Do you like working with children and help those that struggle academically? In the next few paragraphs, we shall give the job profile of a Teacher Assistant.
A teacher assistant works under a teacher’s supervision to give students additional attention.
Its duties include the following:
Therefore, the candidate should desire to help others to succeed in his job.
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Looking for a summer teaching job in a down economy is often viewed as an exhausting, soul-destroying venture that puts the job seeker at the mercy of countless potential employers. With the advent of the internet and social media, this is no longer the case. By applying the following tips, the job seeker looking for a summer job as a teacher really can take matters in his or her own hands and turn the search into a fun, and empowering adventure.
Always have an up to date resume
Before you start any of the below tips make sure you have a stunning, professional resume with a cover letter that is flawless. This is the first thing any potential employer will want to see. Simple, straightforward is best- with a clear, up to date photo of you on the cover letter.
There's many job opportunities out there and it can be hard to know what the best one is for you, whether you're still in school, or trying to change profession at some point down the road. Certainly, looking at the potential outlook of an industry helps. In the case of vocational teaching jobs, the 2014 jobs outlook can help you pinpoint whether or not this is the type of work that you want to do. We'll cover what a typical teacher does in this field, and what the outlook seems to be for the coming years, along with whether or not this is the job you want to dedicate yourself to.
According to the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey administered by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average nationwide wage for secondary school teachers was $56,760, for middle school teachers, $55,780, and for elementary school teachers, $55,2701. For the state of New York in May 2011, the average wage for secondary school teachers was $71,820, for middle school teachers $73,920, and for elementary school teachers, $69,3802. For the New Jersey area in May 2011, the average wage for secondary school teachers was $75,510, for middle school teachers $74,520, and for elementary school teachers $71,700. These numbers are high above the national average. Overall, the eastern and central areas of New York and bordering on New Jersey had a higher-than-average pay versus other areas of New York. The teachers in New York-Northern New Jersey were the highest-paid in New York for secondary school teachers.
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