Middle School Special Ed Teachers
Training and Education
|Recommended Degree Level||Bachelor|
|Number of Jobs, 2012||96,380|
|Annual Job Growth Rate||4.5%|
|Job Openings per Year (est.)||4,880|
Expect to need to get a bachelor's degree if you pursue this occupation. 87% of workers have a bachelor's degree. 8 of people working as employees have had some college education, but stopped short of a degree. About 5% of those working as middle school special ed teachers have a high-school diploma, but no further education.
Part-Time Work and Self-Employment
About 10% of employees work fewer than 40 hours per week.
Area Job Conditions
Jobs per capita for workers are most common in Mansfield (Ohio), Leominster (Massachusetts), and Weirton (West Virginia), and least common in Bakersfield (California), Salt Lake City (Utah), and Memphis (Tennessee).
Jobs for employees pay the most in Nassau (New York), Modesto (California), and Danbury (Connecticut), and the least in Sioux Falls (South Dakota), Joplin (Missouri), and Flagstaff (Arizona).