What are the jobs for?
How much does it cost?
How does it compare to other jobs?
How many jobs do I need to get?
Is there a career path I should pursue?
Is it realistic?
What do I expect to pay?
What’s the best place to start?
What should I do before I apply?
How do I apply for this job?
What kind of training do I have?
How will I be compensated?
What if I’m fired?
How can I get my resume seen?
How are career paths different for teachers?
How long do I wait for my first job?
What can I expect for my next job?
How often can I apply and how long does it take?
How far should I go in my career to get a teaching position?
What other professions are open to teachers?
How old should I be to teach?
Can I teach at my local school?
How am I eligible for federal student loans?
Can my family cover my expenses?
What does the National Labor Relations Board say about me?
Do I have to be a teacher to apply?
Can someone I know apply?
How is the process of applying different from the hiring process?
What is a “good” job?
What types of schools are available?
How important is experience?
What will my salary be?
What skills are needed for teaching?
How well do I know the students?
How strong should my teaching be?
How hard is it to train?
What kinds of projects are on my to-do list?
What books and other resources are on the teacher’s resume?
Can the person I’m interviewing for a teaching job recommend me to a colleague?
Will I get the job?
Do teachers receive preferential treatment in their job search?
What happens if I am rejected?
Do other job seekers get preferential treatment?
What options are there for students?
How about teachers who teach other jobs like computer science, engineering, or other related fields?
Can they get the same job?
What job categories are closed to teachers in the United States?
What educational levels are required to teach in schools?
What state or local laws do I think apply to me?
What jobs are available in the states I live in?
How good is my teaching experience?
How did I do in my first teaching job?
What level of experience do I want?
What about my professional network?
How satisfied are you with the current job market?
Is your job search looking for a career change?
How confident are you in my ability to teach, and if so, what should I focus on?
Do you have a resume?
What makes you a good candidate for a job?
What sort of experience are you looking for?
What type of education are you interested in?
What was your most recent school?
What school did you attend?
What did you study in school?
What degree or degree do you have?
How likely is your next job to pay you well?
What would you like to be paid for your teaching experience and the work you have already done?
What benefits do you want from this job and how would you apply for them?
What qualifications do you think are important for the job you are applying for?
What experience do you need to be able to teach a specific subject?
How high will you be paid?
What specific skills are important to you?
Do people you know well work in your school?
What career path do you plan to follow?
What part of your career do you envision your teaching career taking?
What opportunities do you see for yourself?
What people do you like working with?
What areas of your education do you love?
What things are you most excited about?
What experiences do you hope to get out of this job that you may not get elsewhere?
Do students you know work in the school you’re applying to?
What has been your experience teaching students?
What role do you expect to play in the classroom?
What, if anything, do you anticipate teaching in the future?
Do your students enjoy working with you?
What advice would you give to a teacher looking for work?
What lessons do you wish you’d known when