#OwnmyCAREER LeeAnn Burcham

Who? I feel that a government type of job would be the most beneficial for me. The thing is, I'm not exactly sure what career I'd want to pursue in my future. Some possibility would be a career that involves mathematics.
Being a math teacher, I would have to say is one of the careers I am most interested in at the moment.
What? Being a middle school or high school math teacher would something I am interested in.

Job Title: Middle School Mathematics Teacher or High School Mathematics Teacher

Job Description: A math teacher who instructs students in the broad field of mathematics. Which include general math or any of the related courses (depending what level of mathematics you'd teach) of algebra, calculus, or geometry.

Salary: Middle School Mathematics Teacher- average annual salary of $55,860.20 & High School Mathematics Teacher- average annual salary of $57,200.30. All mathematic teachers can increase their annual salary by accruing experience and/or additional education.

Degree: Bachelor’s degree in mathematics & a bachelor’s degree in education.

Where? A mathematics teacher career is just about everywhere and it's a job where its looking for you, then you looking for it. Would most likely go to RCC (Rogue Community College) then switch over to SOU (Southern Oregon University) to finish up my degree.
Anywhere!
When? Like I said before its a job that once I am able to do, it'll be looking for me.
After College!
Why? This career interest me because mathematics is a subject I've always been great at and I believe I could make a difference in the way it's being taught today.
How? By getting a mathematics teaching job, I'd go to RCC for a few years then SOU to finish off my degree. Possibly take some programs that will help me become a mathematics teacher.

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