What other jobs can a person with a bachelor degree in elementary education perform other than teaching?

Asked By: CC - 7/19/2008
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I see this often so I guess many people get burned out teaching or get peeved at the lower end salaries. A B.A. degree opens doors, period. It places you miles ahead of High School graduates and GED holders. Some possibilities though are... More
Answered By: Fred J - 7/23/2008
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Unless you can get a job with a textbook company, there is not much else you can do with an Elementary Ed degree. If you are dead set on not being a teacher, then you might want to look into getting a masters in some other area. Otherwise, you will have to be lucky enough to find a career in some other field that wants... More
Answered By: Melissa A - 7/19/2008
You can try Social Services or Human Resources. A lot of it depends on your personality and desire to achieve.
Answered By: Denny Crane - 7/19/2008
You could go into any job that just wants anyone with a bachelors degree. The knowledge from your degree won't help you much, but if you have gone all the way through the program and just realized you don't want to teach, that is what you would generally be stuck with. If you are thinking of getting a degree in... More
Answered By: neniaf - 7/19/2008
Well you can work as a tutor, day care, social service. Unless you enjoy sales, there isn't a lot of options. I would go back and get a masters in what you would like, and go from there. You'll have a much better chance of getting the job you'll like and with a bit more pay.
Answered By: JOSEPH N A - 7/20/2008
Look for jobs that use similar skills. Many jobs just specify a "bachelor's degree," so it's a matter of matching your skills to the job. The type of degree becomes less relevant the more job experience you have. The hardest part is getting job experience if you want to pursue another field... More
Answered By: NikitaSamuelle - 7/20/2008
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