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i am doing this finance project and we have to do a school loan for my job i am an economist that makes 84,000?

help…You have financed a federally-backed student loan of an amount equal to ½ of your current salary. You received a 6% simple interest rate for a term of ten years (with a period being one year). the equasaion is PxIxN= and idk what to do

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George asks…

Careers in Early Childhood Development?


I’m a college student still deciding which career path to follow. I am very interested in Early Childhood Education and Development, but I do not want to be a teacher (at least not in a traditional school setting). I have considered art or play therapy, pediatrics, working with the Childlife Council, being a speech therapist…

But the story of my life is being indecisive.

Does anyone (through personal experience or other knowledge) have any suggestions on careers in this area?

AustinBusinessConsulting answers:

I’ve been in the Early Childhood Field for many, many years, doing many, many different things within the field. I taught preschoolers, then advanced to directing a 1/2 day preschool, then directed a large military (my husband was in the Air Force) child care center, then taught early childhood special education, then taught early childhood education classes in both 2 and 4 year colleges, and have been a regulator of child care centers for the last 22 years. I’ve also been a child care consultant to centers starting up and helped develop an online course for regulators. I’ve also done training of new staff. There are so many directions that one can go. Each step moves you to another opportunity, so you can do whatever you want. I would suggest teaching preschool children for at least one or two years, particularly if you don’t have daily contact with your own or someone close to you who has young children. I think that once I retire from my present job I will continue to work as a consultant or possibly teach on the college level again, either in a classroom or developing online courses. Each experience I had built a foundation for all the other things I’ve done collectively. I can’t say that one experience was “better” than another, but some definitely pay more, with more benefits. It all depends what you’re interested in, what evolves, and where you live. We moved quite a few times, so I always was ready for another challenge and trying something new. Good luck. Early Childhood Education needs good, young people to continue the progress that has been made in the field. Keep in touch if you want, there are many opportunities when you aren’t even looking. They just come up. I ended up in my regulator jposition by being in a college class to get another teaching certification. The instructor knew that I already had both a BS in Ed and MS in Ed and suggested that I contact the person who ultimately became my boss. So one suggestion is to get connected with Early Childhood groups such as NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) and eventually you will find a “niche” that is right for you. Many of us “long time” ECE people get and maintain contacts throughout the U.S. And abroad by attending the conferences each year. NAEYC has a “Student” rate that is considerably lower than the regular rate for both dues and conferences. You can check it out on the web. Just some thoughts… Contacts and trying a little of everything will help you find what your passion really is! It’s hard when you are 18 to 22 to decide what you want to do the rest of your life. When I was in college I never thought I would do what I have done in my life. I just wanted to teach.

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