Which job is the easiest get in: Being a math teacher or being a civil engineer?
I'm currently graduating community college with an AA degree in mathematics and headed to Cal State LA and I'm still stuck on deciding on whether I want to be a math teacher or a civil engineer. They both require a decent level of math skills and both are fine paying jobs. Which one is more easier to get into in terms of job openings, job requirements, and etc.
Asked By: Danny Boy - 3/5/2012
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Teacher is an easy job to find , however thinking of the future prospects , teaching will become boring after a while while Civil Engineering will pay more and more dynamic, suggest to go for Civil Engineering
Answered By: handsome - 3/5/2012
Additional Answers (4)
Math teacher. High school math/science teachers are in high demand. Engineering pays a lot better though.
Answered By: Alex - 3/5/2012
Being a civil engineer takes only technical skill... More
Answered By: Tino-sby - 3/5/2012
I hate math. WIsh I could help. I did have a few sites i wet to help me back in the day . I will get back to you when I find them
Answered By: Nevada - 3/6/2012
I disagree .. there are MANY unemployed teachers, regardless of their expertise, but the pool of available Civil engineers is much smaller so, simply by the laws of supply and demand, there are fewer unemployed engineers... More
Answered By: ca_surveyor - 3/6/2012
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