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[EXCERPT] What am I qualified to teach?

There might not be many teaching opportunities for retirees who have reached a high level of specialization without earning a master’s degree. But proficiency in math, reading, writing, computer programming and web design, or a foreign language will always be valuable in a classroom.

Perhaps a better question is, what do you want to teach? Think about the parts of your job that brought you the most satisfaction. For example, did you really enjoy marketing? Or did you enjoy writing and editing copy?

And if the twists and turns of your professional career led you away from your core bachelor’s degree, continuing that discipline and earning your master’s might be a quicker and more stimulating path to certification. You may have become the CEO of a bank, but that undergrad who majored in philosophy has something to give back as well.

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