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Are there alternative careers for teachers in 2022? Is it a good time to change jobs? If you’re worried about how the current uncertainty in the world affects hiring and employment, read on. Your transition from the classroom does not have to wait, but you will need an action plan for a clear path forward. […]

Alternative Careers for Teachers: Job Searching During Covid

Career Transition

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If you are looking to transition from your current teaching position, read about the importance of networking in education in order to land a new position. Teaching can often feel like a very isolated job. After getting to school early, you can feel shut out from the rest of society. Hiding behind closed doors to […]

Importance of Networking in Education

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Instructional Designer Jobs For Teachers Instructional designers create learning materials for a variety of demographics, with the most common being higher education or corporate. ID is an increasingly in-demand profession, especially with the e-learning market estimated to grow to $325 Billion by 2025. Instructional designers come into the field from a significant career change. This […]

Instructional Designer Jobs For Teachers

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I hate teaching! We hear you. What's the next step? Read on for a few reasons why teachers are so hesitant to leave the classroom, and take the first steps into a career that's a better fit for you.
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As a teacher, I know all too well how easy it is to fall into a trap of low self-esteem from a lack of appreciation and support. This type of negative thinking can lead to impostor syndrome and may make it hard for you to have the courage or confidence in yourself to leave teaching. […]

Impostor Syndrome in Teachers

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Are you thinking of leaving teaching? Not sure if teaching is still what you should be doing? Here we discuss 9 signs that leaving teaching is the right choice for you. It is never easy looking for work or switching careers. The long process of searching job boards, going on interviews and the emotional rollercoaster […]

Leaving Teaching? 9 Signs it’s the Right Choice

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The good news is there is life after teaching. There’s actually a lot of possibility and opportunity outside of the classroom. It may be scary to consider change, but leaving the classroom was the best thing that I could have done.  It’s weird to leave something you thought would be your forever career, or something […]

Life After Teaching: 10 Things I Learned After Leaving the Classroom

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The ability to earn extra income for teachers might be crucial for you to survive (or help cushion you as you get out of teaching). According to Salary.com, the average public school teacher in California makes $56,000. The EPI found that teachers earn 19% less than similarly skilled and educated professionals. If you LOVE teaching, […]

Best Ways to Get Extra Income for Teachers

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You’ve found yourself locked into a contract and actually surviving teaching for the rest of the year looks bleak. Maybe you’re suffering from teacher burnout or the stress is affecting your health. The time to manage the overwhelm is now. This article discusses five tools that can improve your year and help you decide on […]

Surviving Teaching: 5 Tools for a Better Year

Teacher Burnout