Education Jobs

  • Now Hiring: Education Jobs

    Now Hiring: Education Jobs

    Job openings for educators at home and abroad

    Looking for a career in education? We've got the best current job openings right here, so get your applications (and lesson plans) ready. Continue Reading

  • How To Become A School Principal [Infographic]

    How To Become A School Principal [Infographic]

    By Kristin Marino There are few dull moments for school principals. From training teachers to having heart-to-heart talks with troubled students, principals are the people who keep schools running smoothly on a daily basis. Being the principal of a school is not a 9-to-3 job with summers off, however. These... Continue Reading

  • Six Top Industries Hiring in 2011

    Six Top Industries Hiring in 2011

    By Carol Tice Which industries will be the hottest in 2011? Though the economy is still sleepy, some industries are moving again, while others struggle. To find out where there's high job demand, we talked to two employment experts: Career expert Robin Ryan, author of '60 Seconds and You're Hired,' and... Continue Reading

  • Blog Post About Stripper Days Could Get NYC Teacher, Melissa Petro, Canned

    Blog Post About Stripper Days Could Get NYC Teacher, Melissa Petro, Canned

    Melissa Petro, a former hooker and stripper, could lose her job as tenured teacher in the New York City school system, reports the New York Post. Count on a media circus. If the disciplinary hearing to decide Petro's fate occurs after Jan. 3, this could be NYC Chancellor-to-be Cathie Black's first crisis.... Continue Reading

  • America's 15 Most Popular Jobs

    America's 15 Most Popular Jobs

    The following is a list of jobs with little in common. Annual salaries for these jobs range from just over $18,000 to more than $110,000. Some don't require workers to graduate high school, while others require a master's degree or higher. The reason they all appear here? They are the most popular jobs in... Continue Reading

  • Teacher Layoffs: A Local Perspective

    Teacher Layoffs: A Local Perspective

    Kaye Kory is no-nonsense. A former Mason School Board member for 10 years, Kory is an educator by trade. Now as delegate for the 38th District (Mason District of Fairfax County, VA), education remains at the forefront of Kory's career and a hot-button issue for Virginia residents. With the number of teacher... Continue Reading

  • Adjunct Faculty - Teach What You Know

    Adjunct Faculty - Teach What You Know

    Want to teach as an adjunct faculty member? You don't need a PhD or a teaching certificate. If you are out of work or simply looking to pick up some extra cash, teaching part time can be a great source of both income and experience. Chances are, if you have been working in a business for awhile, you have a skill... Continue Reading

  • School Custodian: Blue Collar Job With a White Collar Salary

    School Custodian: Blue Collar Job With a White Collar Salary

    The middle school hierarchy is simple. Principal, vice principal, teacher, librarian, teacher's aide, custodian. And you might imagine that higher pay goes along with more authority. The principal makes more than a vice principal, a teacher more than a librarian and then there's the crusty old custodian. It's... Continue Reading