Jobs in exercise science field are expected to grow much faster the jobs overall due to the rise in fitness interests, high level of retirements in the field in coming years and private businesses including wellness programs for employees. Learn More >>
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Expect job growth for athletic trainers in hospitals and offices of health practitioners. Fitness and recreation sports centers also will provide many new jobs to serve clients. Growth in positions with sports teams will be somewhat slower since these high prestige jobs typically have complete athletic training staffs. Learn More >>
There will always be a need for teachers including those with a passion for the arts. As a licensed educator, it may be wise to add a minor in a core subject such as language arts, math or science to enhance your appeal to school boards seeking to stretch their budgets. Overall, employment of teachers is expected to grow by nearly 12 percent from 2006 to 2016. Learn More.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, teachers held nearly 4 million positions in 2006. Over the decade between 2006 and 2016, experts project average job growth of approximately 12 percent for the teaching profession.1 In an era of budget concerns, it may be prudent to expand your job search beyond public institutions to include private schools. Learn More.
Career Outlook for Integrated Math Education Majors
The career outlook for math and science teachers is strong and job opportunities are expected to grow by 12 percent between 2006 to 2016. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-2009 edition, many of these positions will come about through the retirement of older teachers. LEARN MORE.
As a secondary Language Arts teacher, you will help students delve more deeply into the intricacies of the English language and literature. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, teachers held nearly 4 million positions in 2006. Over the decade between 2006 and 2016, experts project average job growth for the teaching profession and with the steady retirement of older teachers, prospects for employment for teachers are expected to be favorable at approximately 12 percent.
According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics,1 the career prospects for teachers over the next 10 years are expected to be quite positive, particularly for those entering the fields of math, science and bilingual education. Growth of 12 percent is anticipated between 2006 and 2016. Part of this career growth will come from the large number of teacher retirements that are anticipated within the next few years. LEARN MORE.