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Good and bad interviews
Bad Interviews: come in real loud and reject the employees hand shake, play with hair no good eye contact, move a lot and comes with a balled up resume and also cell phone was on loud not silent and also answer the phone in the middle of an interview.
Good Interviews: Come in quiet and respectful and gives the employee a nice gentle firm hand shake, resume nice clean and smooth and cell phone is turned off and also gives the employee good eye conduct to prove you want the job.
Do's and Dont's
Dress for success- dress appropriately which includes nice close toed shoes
Good Firm hand shake
Answers to questions should be short and sweet
No blinging jewelry, no low cut tops
not a real hurtful hand shake
Don't make answers to your questions be long that your interview goes way over time
High School Teacher
public high school teachers must obtain a bachelor's degree; although private high school teachers are not always required to have a 4-year degree, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) notes that private high schools may still favor applicants who have a bachelor's degree, While in college, prospective high school teachers may simultaneously participate in a teacher preparation course or program, which is typically required by state licensing boards and may be a part of their curriculum to earn a degree. These programs usually last for one year and provide aspiring teachers with experience in student-teacher interactions
Jobs for high school teachers (also known as secondary school teachers) are predicted to increase 7% from 2010-2020, according to the BLS. In 2012, the BLS listed the median annual salary of high school teachers at $55,050.