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What is the changing nature of work?

The nature of work is changing. Technology is changing the skills that employers seek. Workers need to be good at complex problem-solving, teamwork and adaptability. Technology is changing how people work and the terms on which they work.

How difficult is job position?

Here are some other reasons why it’s so difficult to find a job.

  • Companies are overly selective.
  • Enter the Applicant Tracking Systems.
  • A reliance on outdated resumes.
  • Focus on your resume!
  • Use keywords wisely.
  • Apply for the right jobs.
  • Network, network, network!

What is the nature of work for a teacher?

The purpose of a teacher’s job is to teach students to read, write, problem solve, compute, how to find information, how to think, how to work cooperatively with others, and to meet all district-required curriculum objectives.

Why do you love to teach?

“I love teaching because teaching allows me to give a child the experience of someone who really gets them and accepts them for who they are, without making them bad or wrong. So often kids don’t have that person in their life, especially if they’re problem kids.

What do I love most about teaching?

“The thing I like most about teaching is my students. I love interacting with them, I love learning from them, I love helping them understand the content of any course and I love when they see the connection between what they are learning and their lives.

What inspires you to teach?

Many teachers discover that their love of children draws them to teaching, or that their own love of learning makes them passionate about teaching. Others are inspired by a teacher earlier in their education who had a positive impact on them.

Why Teaching is my passion?

Teachers with passion inspire students. They get students interested and even excited about what they are learning. Passion is what makes students decide to study more. I observed a teacher for a while who taught both math (which he loved) and computer science (which he was not so enthusiastic about).