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Step 5: Get Hired

Step 5: Get Hired

Jill Hare | Teaching

Preparing a resume and interviewing for a job as a teacher will be unlike any other professional interview. The field of teaching is so unique that the resume and interview questions you prepare for are very specific. Your resume will need to be catered to teaching to get you the interview you want. Once you get an interview for a school job, you’ll need to be prepared to answer questions that will help schools gauge your preparedness for the classroom.

In addition, finding out where the jobs actually are, and what fields are in-demand is important to avoid frustration. Teaching has put together all the research you need to help you get hired.

Teaching has put together valuable guides to help. Click either guide below to get started.

A. The Resume Guide for Teachers Read now.

B. The Interview Guide for Teachers Read now.

C State Directory for In-Demand Teaching Jobs Read now.

D. Search for an Education Job Read now


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