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Work in a High Demand Field
Those working in the field of Child Care and Early Learning Education are local heroes! Families with young children need child care providers along with youth development professionals to care, nurture and help educate their children. If you enjoy working with children this career might be the one for you.
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Explore Child Care / Early Learning Educators
The following Occupation categories and Wage Ranges are generally dependent on education degree, training and experience.
Higher levels of education and experience will increase competitiveness in attaining both job and higher wages.
What a Career in Child Care / Early Learning Education Offers
Healthy families, communities and the economy depend on caring, competent and dependable Child Care. Helping children grow and supporting families are the heart of this career.
Work that Makes a Difference
Service to our community is at the core of Child Care and Early Learning Education, including jobs that improve the well-being of children and families.
Variety & Diversity
Child Care and Early Learning Education offers a variety of settings and age ranges of children, from infants to teenagers.
Child Care and Early Learning Educator jobs are in high-demand. Career paths can range from center or classroom assistants to teachers.
Training & Education
Training and education can span from short-term paid (“Earn while you learn”) to college degree levels. Depending on your situation, scholarships and other financial supports may be available to help you gain the knowledge and experience to start then grow your career.