Interact with the options below to see whether this program is growing or declining in popularity and diversity.
Below you'll see the distribution of the starting salaries and accumulated federal and private educational loans across schools that offer a program in the field teacher education and professional development, specific levels and methods, which includes specialized teacher education and professional development.
Technically, about 24.4% of a specialized program in education graduates are currently not working, but only 1.8% are classified as "unemployed." The remaining 22.5% are "not in the workforce," and we don't know whether people are out of the workforce for personal reasons or because they have been unable to find work for an extended period.
How does the unemployment rate for a specialized program in education majors compare to the rate for other majors?
Following is the full distribution of salaries for a specialized program in education majors, with a look at how the type of employer might affect that salary. This salary data includes people who may also have earned a graduate degree in any subject.
How does the median (middle) salary for a specialized program in education majors compare to the median salaries for other college majors?
The donut shows the gender balance for all people with a bachelor's degree in a specialized program in education.
There are more female a specialized program in education majors than most other degrees. This chart explores the percentages of men and women across majors.
Does your gender influence your salary? If salaries are balanced for men and women, the blue and pink bars should be about the same.
For a specialized program in education graduates, men generally earn 24% more than women. This is high: 71% of programs have graduates with lower salary inequities.
What entry-level pay should you expect in your first job, and is the mid-level pay significantly higher? Below we see salary distributions by age group for a specialized program in education graduates.
Among all specialized teacher education and professional development completions reported last year, 93% were at the bachelor's level or higher, including 74% at the graduate level.
About 45% a specialized program in education majors chose to also earn a graduate degree (but we do not know the graduate field of study). The percentage of a specialized program in education majors who also earned a graduate degree is higher than about 59% of other fields.
Explore the salary distribution of a specialized program in education majors by their highest degree earned. (Graduate degrees may be earned in any field.)
How important is a graduate degree for earning a higher salary? We measured the percentage increase over the bachelor's salary that each higher degree achieved -- see how this increase compares to other majors.
We only include salary data when the survey error is less than 20%, so you may see only partial information for some categories.
Where do a specialized program in education majors work, and how well do those jobs pay? A ** before the job name tells you that the Department of Education recommends this job for people with a degree in specialized teacher education and professional development.
Take a minute to interact with this sankey diagram. Follow the top ten jobs held by a specialized program in education graduates through to their most hired majors. Learn where it may easiest to find work, and explore other majors that might lead to the job that excites you the most. For many majors, the top ten jobs don't even include half of graduates!
Many schools provide information to Peterson's about their graduate programs, and Ididio has licensed that data to share with you. The full list of schools is in the first table you encountered, and here we share the data that select universities have chosen to provide. You'll find more information about these programs on each school's page under "Programs Offered" -- select any table row to see this!
Specialized Teacher Education and Professional Development is part of a larger collection of programs: Education by Level or Special Needs. Is there a different program that's close to Specialized Teacher Education and Professional Development that might be a better match for your interests? You can use this table to see a little about the programs that fall under this umbrella. If you click on any of the table headers, that will sort the table by that column, or click on a row and see Ididio's profile for that program.