Career Opportunities In Education

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Employment Opportunities In Education

Author : Jeanne M. Machado
ISBN : 1418001058
Genre : Business & Economics
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Written for those interested in securing their future in education, this book is designed to cover education opportunities from infant care to college teaching. This book alerts readers to the growing number of new job titles and new employers in the field. Creating Employment Opportunities: How to Secure Your Career in Education provides up-to-date and accurate information on education-related jobs and opportunities. Information is presented on key topics such as where jobs exist; what qualifications are necessary; and how to search, find, investigate, compete, and obtain the position desired. The book includes sample cover letters, resumes, tips, and lessons on how to present skills and abilities during interviews. The CD-ROM to accompany the book includes sample cover letters, resumes, interview tips, checklists, and forms that aid in seeking, holding, or advancing an educational career.
Category: Business & Economics

Opportunities In Education Careers

Author : Marjorie Eberts
ISBN : 0658006185
Genre : Business & Economics
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Comprehensive descriptions and personal profiles of teachers in many different environments, spanning preschool through college, and including English as a second language, careers in education-related fields.
Category: Business & Economics

Family Mobility

Author : Catherine Doherty
ISBN : 9781134688470
Genre : Social Science
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Family mobility decisions reveal much about how the public and private realms of social life interact and change. This sociological study explores how contemporary families reconcile individual members’ career and education projects within the family unit over time and space, and unpacks the intersubjective constraints on workforce mobility. This Australian mixed methods study sampled Defence Force families and middle class professional families to illustrate how families’ educational projects are necessarily and deeply implicated in issues of workforce mobility and immobility, in complex ways. Defence families move frequently, often absorbing the stresses of moving through ‘viscous’ institutions as private troubles. In contrast, the selective mobility of middle class professional families and their ‘no go zones’ contribute to the public issue of poorly serviced rural communities. Families with different social, material and vocational resources at their disposal are shown to reflexively weigh the benefits and risks associated with moving differently. The book also explore how priorities shift as children move through educational phases. The families’ narratives offer empirical windows on larger social processes, such as the mobility imperative, the gender imbalance in the family’s intersubjective bargains, labour market credentialism, the social construction of place, and the family’s role in the reproduction of class structure.
Category: Social Science

Launch A Teaching Career

Author : Peter P. Leibman
ISBN : 9781475817089
Genre : Education
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This is the perfect time to become a full-time teacher and yet too many college graduates who majored in education, or corporate workers looking to transition to teaching, cannot secure a teaching position. Where are the opportunities? How do you market yourself appropriately? In Launch a Teaching Career: Secrets for Aspiring Teachers, Dr. Peter Leibman explains in great detail how to avoid the resume pile, enhance your candidacy, and move to the head of the class. A step-by-step plan of action is presented giving you a comprehensive guide to achieve your goal of becoming a teacher. You will learn how to: • Build a positive reputation as an undergraduate student • Effectively transition from the corporate world • Develop a powerful network of supporters • Write a dynamic broadcast letter designed to get you more interviews • Avoid resume pitfalls and present yourself in a professional manner • Ace the interview by taking control • Learn where the job opportunities really are • Enhance your position and impress school administrators
Category: Education

From Aide To Teacher

Author : George R. Kaplan
ISBN : UCR:31210024868588
Genre : Teachers' assistants
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Category: Teachers' assistants

Transport Career Opportunities

Author : National Defense Transportation Association (U.S.). Education Committee
ISBN : NWU:35556021311436
Genre : Aeronautics, Commercial
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Category: Aeronautics, Commercial

From Education To Work

Author : Walter R. Heinz
ISBN : 0521594197
Genre : Education
File Size : 38.83 MB
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This book contains empirical studies of school-to-work transitions from several Western countries.
Category: Education

Career Opportunities In The Music Industry

Author : Shelly Field
ISBN : 9780816078011
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 41.52 MB
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Provides instruction and advice on cultivating a career in the music industry, focusing on networking, self-marketing and promotion, and interview techniques.
Category: Business & Economics

Challenges And Opportunities For Women In Higher Education Leadership

Author : Schnackenberg, Heidi L.
ISBN : 9781522570578
Genre : Education
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Gender studies in the professional realm has long been a heavily researched field, with many feminist texts studying topics including the wage gap and family life. However, female administration in higher education remains largely understudied, particularly on the influence of personal, professional, and societal factors on women. There is a need for studies that seek to understand how gender intersects with the multiple dimensions of women leaders’ personhoods, such as family status, marital status, age, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation, to inform women’s career path experiences and leadership aspirations. Challenges and Opportunities for Women in Higher Education Leadership is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the specific challenges, issues, strategies, and solutions that are associated with diverse leadership in higher education. While highlighting topics such as educational administration, leader mentorship, and professional promotion, this publication explores evidence-based professional practice for women in higher education who are currently in or are seeking positions of leadership, as well as the methods of nurturing women in administrative positions. This book is ideally designed for educators, researchers, academicians, scholars, policymakers, educational administrators, graduate-level students, and pre-service teachers seeking current research on the state of educational leadership in regard to gender.
Category: Education