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Unformatted text preview: Adult Educator Careers By Learning Team B Marie Malpaya James Sacco, Jr. Reba Weiner Week Two Learning Team Assignment Objective: To present possible career options for students enrolled in Master of Arts in Education/ Adult Education and Training To present career options requiring a Master’s Degree in Adult Education What is Master of Arts in Education/ Adult Education and Training? Degree program that prepares students with the skills need to work with adult learners Focuses on adult learning theory The needs of diverse learners Discusses critical issues and trends in adult education and training Instructional Design and Strategies Use of technologies and assessment and learning Reference: University of Phoenix website/degree programs Community College Educator Master’s degree holders fill most of the full time teaching positions Teaching load is heavier in 2-year colleges Training requirements vary state by state Postsecondary Salary 2006Median Wage Middle 50% $56,120 $39,610 up to Less than $80,390 $27,590 Lowest 10% Highest 10% Greater than $113,450 High paying nonacademic alternatives (Business) earnings exceed averages Vary widely by subject, academic credentials, experience and region of the country Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics Growth Potential Projections Data from the National Employment Matrix Employment, 2006 Projected Employment, 2016 Change, 2006-16 Number 1,672,000 2,054,000 382,000 Percent 23 NOTE: Data in this table are rounded. See the discussion of the employment projections table in the Handbook introductory chapter on Occupational Information Included in the Handbook. Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-09 Edition, Teachers—Postsecondary, on the Internet at Corporate Training Specialist or Training and Development Specialist Typically work in the Corporation’s HR Department May also come in from outside as a consultant Create and execute on-the job training program for employees Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics and WorldWideLearn More about Corporate Training Specialist Percentile wage estimates Percentile 10% 20% Hourly wage 14.17 18.54 Annual Wage 29,470 38,550 50% (Median) 75% 90% 24.73 32.43 40.94 51,450 67,450 85,160 Industries with the highest levels of employment in this occupation Management of Companies and Enterprises Insurance Carriers State Government (OES designation) Local Government (OES designation) General Medical and Surgical Hospitals Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics Corporate Trainer job growth projection Position Job Count 2006 Projected 2016 Percent Change Training Specialist 210,000 249,000 18 percent +38,000 increase Human Resource Specialist 214,000 250,000 16 percent +35,000 increase Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics Number Change Adjunct Faculty Works in conjunction with a College or University Classes may meet off campus Generally as needed non-contracted position Teach established curriculum Ensures students derive maximum benefit Adjunct Faculty Norms Adjunct faculty are used to fill needs in: Computer science Information and technology Vocational Education Engineering Adjunct Faculty Wages 2006Median Wage Middle 50% Lowest 10% $56,120 $39,610 up to Less than $80,390 $27,590 Highest 10% Greater than $113,450 ADJUNCT FACULTY PROJECTED JOB GROWTH (NATIONALLY) 2006 Actual 2016 Projected Percent change New jobs Reference: Bureau of Labor Statistics 1,672,000 2,054,000 +23% 382,000 Summary Community College Educator Corporate Training Specialist or Training and Development Specialist Master’s Degree holders fill most of these jobs. Typically works in a Corporation’s HR department Adjunct Faculty Works in conjunction with a College or University References Bureau of Labor Statistics Bureau of Labor Statistics Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-09 Edition, Teachers—Postsecondary, on the Internet at WorldWideLearn )\ United State Department of Labor. (n.d.) Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2008-09 Edition. Retrieved September 28, 2009 from ...
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