One hundred one career alternatives for teachers

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Prima, Feb 26, 2002 - Business & Economics - 348 pages
2 Reviews
TheJob-Search Resource for Teachers Considering a New Career Teachers, are you ready for a career change? Today, turnover rates within the education industry are skyrocketing. Teachers as a group have extraordinary skills that are highly valued in the marketplace. But where does that leave you? Exactly where doyoubegin the whole vocation-switching process? In101 Career Alternatives for Teachers,you'll discover: How to assess your career goals The best fields for your particular teaching skills and expertise Practical and effective ways to launch your job search The most attractive and lucrative career alternatives And much more! Unlike most career guides, this one-of-a-kind resource is geared specifically to you, the teacher. You'll find more than 100 exciting job alternatives ranging from adventure travel specialist to wedding consultant. Whether you're retiring from teaching or simply leaving the profession, experienced educator Margaret Gisler will provide you with everything you need to successfully make the transition from teaching to your new vocation.

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Review: 101 Career Alternatives for Teachers: Exciting Job Opportunities for Teachers Outside the Teaching Profession

User Review  - Aliza - Goodreads

Confirmed a lot of what I already knew and some jobs I'd even tried since I left teaching. Very basic, easy to skim, could have been better with a lot more depth. Read full review

Review: 101 Career Alternatives for Teachers: Exciting Job Opportunities for Teachers Outside the Teaching Profession

User Review  - Diane - Goodreads

I did not find this useful at all. Once you notices how misleading some of the career suggestions are, you can't help but walk away. Read full review

Contents

Youre in Good Company
1
Unusual Teaching Situations
15
Being in Charge
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Copyright

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