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Teachers assistants help educate and monitor kids in the classroom. They provide extra homework help and handle behavioral issues.
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Teacher Assistants must be good with children. You must be patient, able to communicate with your students, and capable of teaching the material in an engaging and informative way.
Teacher Assistants generally require an associate’s degree or 2 years of college. You also need to pass a state exam in order to work with children.
Requirements for licensure vary by state but generally involve the following:
The job outlook for Teacher Assistants is growing at 4% per year, which is considered average. In 2018 there were 1,380,300 jobs available.
Teacher Assistants make $27,920 per year on average. However, salaries could be as high as $43,040 depending on experience, certifications, and location.
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