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Changing Careers and Interim Employment for K-12 Employees

After you're laid off, you might seek interim employment, find a new career, or work in a new industry. How do you make these moves?

People in the midst of job transition often use the time and motivation to step back and think about their career path.

Here are some resources to help you if you're thinking of changing careers:

Related K-12 Occupations

Below are related occupations similar to the occupational groups employed by K-12 school districts. Learn about wages, employment growth, skills needed, education requirements, and other related occupations by clicking on these career cluster titles.

Related K-12 Industries

Below are industries related to K-12. Find information on working in these industries including occupations, associations, resources, and employment by clicking on an industry title.

Specialty Occupations

Educators tend to be versatile, with a wide range of occupations to consider. Explore some of these specialty occupations based on your unique skills and expertise.

Helping Occupations

Teaching or Training

Technical/Analytical Occupations

Writing/Creative Occupations