Career research paper
The career I’m interested in is Kindergarten because it gives an opportunity to help work with students and help prepare them for their future for next few years in school. In this career you’re also given opportunities to be a mentor for your students. It can be a rewarding job but also their will be stressful moments. In order to be a Kindergarten teacher, there are certain requirements you need to meet. First you need to be a high school graduate, have attended college and earned a bachelor degree. A masters is optional, but some schools in certain states may ask for one. A license is also a vital requirement you need in order to be eligible to teach. The acquisition of this license along with the completion of a teaching program must be accomplished before you will be allowed to teach on your own. Certain skills are also required in order to be qualified. For example, communication and creativity skills are crucial for a teacher to have when it is time to plan lessons for each student’s individual need(s). Instructional skill and patience are also important in order to have the right qualifications for a teacher. The median wage for a kindergarten teacher is usually around $48,800. There are also benefits that can be earned by being successful with this career such as healthcare benefits, pension and time off. According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, this job has been growing in demand by 17% since 2010. A kindergarten teacher could live a moderate lifestyle based on their salary. A typical work schedule for a kindergarten teacher consist of working from Monday till Friday for the next ten months (September– June) and then weekends and nights will be for planning lessons and grading papers and assignments. Teachers are also given the summer off just as the students. It is also optional if a teacher would like to teach summer classes. Being a kindergarten...
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