San Antonio teaching jobs (Click here) in history are among the most interesting education positions available.

Post-secondary history teachers typically work in colleges, universities, or other higher-education institutions to teach students about human history and historiography. This includes both teachers who solely teach and those who teach and conduct research.

The education required to become a history teacher depends on the educational institution. Four-year colleges and universities typically require candidates to have a doctoral degree, while research universities usually require applicants to have a Ph.D.

There were about 1.7 million post-secondary teachers throughout America during 2008, and about 26,000 of those positions belonged to history teachers, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The post-secondary teaching industry as a whole is expected to grow by 15 percent by 2018.

Employment of post-secondary history teachers throughout Texas is anticipated to increase from 1,700 workers during 2006 to 2,300 workers by 2016, resulting in 600 additional jobs and an overall growth rate of 35.3 percent, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.

Colleges, universities, and professional schools employ about 56.76 percent of post-secondary history teachers in the San Antonio area, while junior colleges employ about 42.97 percent of employees in the sector.

During 2009, the average wage for post-secondary history teachers throughout Texas was $33.52 per hour, while the average wage for those across the nation was $33.31 per hour.

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