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Where is the job market better for teachers?

Im from upstate NY, certified k-12 with a concentration in math.. Where is the Job Market better for teachers? I’ve been looking all over the United States and just wanted personal experience, advice, and anything you can give me. Thank you so much!

You are definitely four steps ahead of the game with a degree in Math from k through 12th!!!! I suspect that any state you’d travel would love to have you in their school district. The thing is this – the market is wide open for young people who are vigourous, attentive, excited about teaching, and who has the proper credentials and hopefully some experience in their field. As a Language Arts teacher, I found myself moving toward Reading and getting very involved in the writing process and assessments that are given yearly. You need to be open and willing to get down in the trenches and work hard with the program you have been given. If you are working – save your money. Investigate cities and states that might be attractive to you (cost of living, etc.) You can always contact the cities online for information to be sent to you and get a plethora of information. Make some decisions. Talk to people. I live in Nashville and I am very, very happy here! Many of our teachers have come here from Florida and other great states. I began my career in Detroit teaching high school for four years. At the same time, I was involved in singing professionally and performing live television! I am so blessed to be able to continue both of my hearts’ desires and dreams. You should be able to also. If you would like more info, please hit me up on my email. I’m happy to provide more info. The world is wide open for you – all you have to do is have faith that you will be led to the place that is designed for you.

  1. mateoslove02 Jan 7th, 2013 @ 13:23 | #1

    Try DoDDs schools for the Department of Defense. Their website is http://www.dodea.edu . Most of these jobs will probably be on an overseas military base. From what I know, these teachers make a much larger salary than average. Also, you would be paid for housing. Good luck :)
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    living near a military base in Germany

  2. William Jan 7th, 2013 @ 14:06 | #2

    I take no pleasure in being a wet blanket, but in my state (Maine) any teaching job posted has over 200 applicants the next day. Pretty much the same 200 who have been looking for years. We are cutting positions here and the once lucrative sub teaching game has been cut short–subs are now unpaid volunteers. Still our state university is grinding out Master Teachers like sausages: I know a lot of bag boys and dishwashers who got their MA in education as long as eight years ago.
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  3. andrew Jan 7th, 2013 @ 14:52 | #3

    Try out west around Colorado. There are cities out there starving for teachers. They also sometimes provide temporary housing if you are moving.
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  4. THE SINGER Jan 7th, 2013 @ 15:05 | #4

    You are definitely four steps ahead of the game with a degree in Math from k through 12th!!!! I suspect that any state you’d travel would love to have you in their school district. The thing is this – the market is wide open for young people who are vigourous, attentive, excited about teaching, and who has the proper credentials and hopefully some experience in their field. As a Language Arts teacher, I found myself moving toward Reading and getting very involved in the writing process and assessments that are given yearly. You need to be open and willing to get down in the trenches and work hard with the program you have been given. If you are working – save your money. Investigate cities and states that might be attractive to you (cost of living, etc.) You can always contact the cities online for information to be sent to you and get a plethora of information. Make some decisions. Talk to people. I live in Nashville and I am very, very happy here! Many of our teachers have come here from Florida and other great states. I began my career in Detroit teaching high school for four years. At the same time, I was involved in singing professionally and performing live television! I am so blessed to be able to continue both of my hearts’ desires and dreams. You should be able to also. If you would like more info, please hit me up on my email. I’m happy to provide more info. The world is wide open for you – all you have to do is have faith that you will be led to the place that is designed for you.
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