1 edition of Job Path: Shifting the Focus Beyond Just Work. United States Department of Education. found in the catalog.
Job Path: Shifting the Focus Beyond Just Work. United States Department of Education.
Written in English
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In many cases, corporate ladders have shortened, career path options seem to have ballooned, entry into the workforce is frequently delayed, and entry-level workers often leave an organization after a couple of years on the job.
1 All of these changes compel us to take a closer look at whether our entry-level roles are designed to withstand the forces shaping the future of work. People in the United States are working longer in life than ever before.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor, 40 percent of people over the age of 55 are employed, and those numbers will likely grow in the coming years. In fact, even among so-called "retired" people, 79 percent of them still intend to find some supplemental income, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
Special education teachers work with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional, and physical disabilities. Work Environment. Most special education teachers work in public schools, teaching students from preschool to high school. Many work the traditional month school year, but some work year -level education: Bachelor's degree.Workers moving directly from job to job in the United States have largely reflected workers moving up the job ladder, defined in terms of firm wages or productivity.
Geographic mobility has also declined, although the U.S. labor market is still generally more flexible than those of other developed countries and thus perhaps better positioned to.The field of education typically leads to teaching in some fashion, but consulting, administrative, and board member jobs are also available.
In fact, the field of education is so varied that there are hundreds of different careers that can be accomplished with a basis in education.