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Online Teaching Jobs in Florida Overview

Online teaching jobs include a variety of professions and subjects. Online teachers may provide education on career and technical subjects, like cooking or computer programming, as well as a range of academic subjects. They may offer instruction in English, Business, Mathematics, Physics, History or specialized subjects like Foreign Language or Library Sciences. Online teaching may be conducted through a college as part of an online course, administered as part of a tutoring program, or offered as coursework designed to help professionals continue or refresh their education. Online teachers usually teach adults, although some tutoring programs may be offered to younger people.

In general, online teachers and assistant teachers can be based anywhere and, in the case of courses students can get access to anytime, they may not even have to keep regular hours. Courses may be provided on an interactive basis, be it one-on-one, in a group or even recorded and broadcast. The online teacher may appear on screen or simply provide a voice to slides that come up on the screen. A bachelor's degree is often required and a master's degree preferred. Teaching experience is also preferable, and computer skills are often necessary.

Florida Online Teaching Job Market

Teaching jobs are in demand. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), teaching jobs are expected to grow by 9 percent before 2022. While that figure varies by exact location and area of specialty, people with advanced degrees tend to be given preferential treatment. In addition, candidates with other skills, like the ability to speak another language fluently, or experience working with special populations, like learning disabled children, may also have more opportunities.

Online Teaching Salaries in Florida

In Florida, the average salary for teaching jobs is around $46,750 per year or $22.48 per hour.

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