Becoming an educator is one of the most fulfilling career options in our modern economy. Teachers aren't likely to be replaced by automation any time soon, and while they are woefully underpaid, there's a good deal of mobility for properly licensed, experienced teachers. Through hard work and completing graduate and doctoral degrees, you can help . . .
Biology is a hugely important field dealing with everything from the identification of plants, to the study of genetics, to the relationship between the climate and organisms. Though Aristotle is said to be the "father" of biology, it hasn't been until the last two hundred years that the true importance of the science has emerged. . . .
Most of us want to help others. Physical therapy is an excellent way to heal people while making a good living. If you're great at making feel comfortable, interested in the human body, and want a fulfilling job that will allow you to work throughout the country, physical therapy might be right for you. In . . .
As an aspiring math teacher, you might feel just as anxious as you are excited about being invited to interview for a job. Doing well on the interview could mean that you are finally starting the career you have been dreaming about for years, but that pressure can easily become overwhelming. Candidates for math teacher . . .
Having a love for math might not be reason enough to major in the subject, but that combined with the excellent job prospects for math majors is. Earning your college degree in mathematics can prepare you for many different, and often high-paying, careers. Whether you want to work in business and finance, federal government roles, . . .
While it’s true that teachers don’t go into the vocation for the money, it’s just as true that trained and qualified educators work hard and deserve to be paid fairly for their skills and their efforts. Naturally, prospective math teachers want to know that they will be able to earn a living. While teaching is . . .
Choosing between a degree in mathematics and a degree in math education can be a challenge. The decision to make affects what you will study in school as well as what your future career will entail, in both the day-to-day tasks and your big-picture progress. Both degree programs certainly have their merits. When you opt . . .
You like math, but you aren’t sure exactly what you want to do with your math skills. Do you become a mathematician, using mathematical techniques to analyze data and solve problems? Or do you become a math teacher responsible for educating students at the elementary, middle or high school level? There are significant differences between . . .