Question by  Aldehyde (8)

What do I do if I got a teaching degree but don't want to teach?

What else can I do?


Answer by  mpartin (1600)

You can do alot with a teaching degree. This means that you are able to apply yourself and stick with the schooling to become a teacher and you should be able to work even in the banking industry or even childcare if you do not want to teach. You could open your own daycare business.


Answer by  flamiss22 (5081)

You can write articles for a magazine or newspaper. You can also do freelance research or become a tutor. You can start a blog.


Answer by  ladymacbeth (51)

1) Work for tutoring companies like Kaplan Test Prep or the Princeton Review. You can work as a consultant or many other things. 2) Teach "education courses" at local colleges.


Answer by  Baobao (1273)

You had better accept the fact and think more about responsibility,usually people do things they do not like. Or you may think of the stock market.


Answer by  mightyspidey (1080)

What types of jobs DO interest you? A degree in teaching would be helpful in a career in child care, or working in assisted living homes, or in a library. You could always be a substitute teacher part time on the side while you figure out what else you would want to do.


Answer by  Gabriel (2146)

The key is to identify what you want to do, then you can highlight the things you learned in your teaching program that best match your new career.


Answer by  Zoe (2369)

You could do most jobs available to people with generic four year degrees like secretary work, receptionist work, office data entry, etc, unless you want to get a new degree.


Answer by  bingo (66)

Be ashamed of youself for wasting other peoples time teaching you!

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