I have a couple of granddaughters with good degrees ( Durham And UCL). One gives extra tuition at A Level either face to face or via Skype and I think, with a Masters, could work in a private school. The other went on a special teacher course which leads to a Masters. She was placed in a very challenging school in S London, working 12 hours a day. What with preparing lessons, marking homework. After about 6 months the lack of enforcement of discipline and trying to deal with 17 year old , mainly Afro- Caribbean students, she had to give up. I think such teacher training should start in a more disciplined school, moving to the difficult ones after experience and maturity. Pay is poor at the bottom end but I think at head of department level and above is ok, bearing in mind the long holidays.
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