Teaching Career: Helping You To Decide Which Age Group

A lot of people decide to go into a teaching career after they have completed their major at university. After all, it’s one of the most rewarding careers you can go for. As we said before, it can very satisfying watching the students improving their skills. However, once you have decided on a teaching career, you need to decide which age group to go for. As you can see on http://teacherprobs.com/which-grade-should-you-actually-teach/, it can be a tough decision. After all, some people prefer to head to an elementary school to teach younger children. While other individuals would rather go to a high school or even opt for adult education instead. Therefore, when you are heading down a teaching career, here is some help for you to decide which age group to go for.

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Salary Negotiation – Your Bottom Line

There are not too many people who think they are overpaid. Human nature is to think you worth more than you are being paid (and maybe you are). While there are many factors when considering a job offer, one of the key drivers is how much compensation you are offered. While your job title, responsibilities and career track are also key considerations, you still need money to pay the bills and put food on the table. After you find your job, the one that really motivates you, the money comes next. And, if you are like most people, you want to be paid what you’re worth. While we are only worth what the market will pay, there are ways to maximize your compensation.

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Job Search Marketing Toolkit – Networking

Networking for job search is under-rated (and it certainly is not the Psychic Network). For some of us (like me) there is nothing I like less than “bothering” a former co-worker, friend, relative or business associate to let them know that I am out of work &/or looking for a job. There are, of course, many people who don’t have a problem with this.

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5 Links for Job Search Networking with Friends, Family and Colleagues

Networking is not only about who you know (friends, family and colleagues), it’s also about who knows who you know (if that makes any sense). It sometimes comes down to “six degrees of separation” (aka “it’s a small world”) which means you need to leverage your network in a different way. In “the old days”, there was no easy way to tell who knew who, but today there are a number of websites that can tell you who is linked to who. Of course there is more to networking, and you should also take a quick look at some of my other networking posts:

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5 Careers For The Computer-Savvy

Digital skills are becoming more sought after as our lives become increasingly more reliant on computers. If you’ve got a digital talent, here are just a few of the major careers that could be applicable to you.

Web development

The likes of WordPress and Joomla may have made it easier for the average Joe to create a website, however these website builders still have their limitations and those looking for something more professional and personalised will still approach a web development company to fulfill their needs. Website developers may work for a company or create their own. Whilst coding knowledge is necessary, it’s not a purely technical job and may allow many to pursue their creative side. There are plenty of courses in web development and workshops that can help achieve this career.

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