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        5 Reasons Graduates Should Consider Working in Education

         

        Are you a recent or soon-to-be graduate looking for a career path that is both rewarding and fulfilling? Starting a career in education may be the perfect option for you. Education is a field where graduates can use their specialised skills and knowledge while making a real difference in the lives of children. In this blog post, we will explore five reasons why graduates should consider working in education.

         

        1) Teaching is a rewarding career

        Whether you have just graduated or have been in the workforce for a while, teaching offers a unique opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young people. Teaching is also a great way to develop your professional skills, with many recruitment opportunities available in the UK and overseas. As a teacher, you will be able to use your subject specialism to help students gain knowledge, understanding and skills that they can use both inside and outside the classroom.

         

        2) There are many different roles available in education

        From teachers to teaching assistants and learning support assistants, there is a vast range of positions for graduates across primary and secondary year groups. Working with special education needs and difficulties is a popular choice among graduates as it can be really rewarding. Whatever role you choose, working with Vision Teaching will help you to find a job that is ideal for you.

         

        3) You can use your subject specialism in the classroom

        A degree in a specific subject gives you the unique opportunity to use your knowledge and expertise to support pupil learning and interests. If you are passionate about a certain subject, use this to your advantage and build a rewarding career in education. 

         

        4) You can make a real difference in the lives of young people

        It’s not just about helping to raise attainment, but also about providing guidance and encouragement to pupils to help them become successful, well-rounded individuals. As a graduate, you have the opportunity to join the education profession and secure a role that could become your passion and lifelong career. Teaching is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do, and you can feel proud knowing that you are playing a significant role in shaping the lives of tomorrow’s leaders. Remember your favourite teacher growing up? It could be you!

         

        5) There are great opportunities for career progression

        The education sector offers many opportunities for graduates to build successful careers. You could become a phase or subject leader, you could specialise in SEND, or you could even join a senior leadership team. All of these roles provide chances to grow professionally and take on more responsibility. Schools are always looking for educators, so if you are interested in working in education, you will have plenty of chances to get involved!

         

        To find out more about working in education, please contact us today on 0207 430 7120 or visit our jobs page.

         

        Marianne

        Marketing Manager

        Vision Teaching


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