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Gone are the days when the responsibilities of teachers revolved around ensuring students turned in their homework and kept up with the rest of the class.  Today, a teacher is often a psychologist, marriage counselor, tutor and policy changer.  It’s not uncommon for teachers to look for summer jobs as tutors, summer course instructors and even substitute teaching for those schools that hold class year round.  All the while, these educators work to accelerate their students self confidence and abilities while encouraging them they have the power to grow into strong and successful adults.

Many teachers opt for elementary education while others are drawn into making a difference in teens’ lives.  They work hard for their own education so that they might offer a better solution for kids from any number of backgrounds.  They’re expected to be creative, open minded and they must possess the gift of keeping students interested in learning.  No doubt, it’s a tall order to fill; however, those drawn to it know the future of these kids often rest squarely on their shoulders.  Math, English, literature – the subjects might vary, but the dedication is always consistent.

For these reasons, and many more, teachers’ jobs will always be available.  And while it’s unfair, the salaries educators earn will greatly vary depending on which state they teach in.  Oddly enough, the further south one teaches, the less his or her salary will be.  While the job opportunities are there, it’s the fear of not being able to earn decent wages that keep many out of a profession they are truly passion about.  If you’re a teacher and are considering a new job search, why not consider Hound.com as your starting point?  Founded by A. Harrison Barnes, a renowned employment coach, it’s a streamlined approach to locating the best opportunities that not only allow you to play a role in education, but also allows you to keep your efforts of finding the right classroom environment streamlined and focused.

Along with Hound.com, Harrison Barnes also founded EmploymentCrossing.com and because he’s also an attorney, he founded LawCrossing.com as well.  This was after he discovered the need for credible sites that eliminated the fluff and only offered those positions that are both current and available.  With consistent and proven methods in place, education professionals are finding those teaching positions that allow them to make a difference while earning a living that doesn’t require a second job just to make ends meet.  The demand for teachers – and especially experienced and dedicated teachers – is a fact of life.  Unfortunately, far too many are forced into other positions that pay better but don’t offer the same sense of accomplishment.

It’s one of the most noble professions one can choose and the folks at EmploymentCrossing.com stand ready to provide assistance in everything from updating your resume, providing career advice and ensuring the most current positions -both advertised and not – are made available to those ready to move forward in their careers and to remind you rediscover why you became a teacher in the first place.

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