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Is it easier to get a job as a biology or chemistry teacher?

Discussion in 'Science' started by tm2383, Feb 25, 2016.

  1. tm2383

    tm2383 New commenter

    I have worked in Northern Ireland as a supply teacher for several years as there are few permanent jobs here. I have taught all sciences to GCSE and some A Level Biology and Chemistry. I am thinking of making a move to England for September. My degree is in Molecular Science which has a good mix of biology and chemistry modules, so I could apply for jobs in either field. I thought it would be easier to get job as a chemistry teacher, but I read recently that there was now a problem recruiting biology teachers. Which science would have the least competition for jobs? I actually prefer teaching biology. Thanks.
     
  2. TheoGriff

    TheoGriff Star commenter

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    Flexibility is the best of all.

    Apply for either, saying that you can also teach successfully the other up to A level

    Best wishes

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    P.S. have you seen all the application advice in the Professional Advice Hub in the Jobseekers Forum?

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  3. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    Decide where you might want to live and apply for jobs in either specialism, then you get more chance of living where you choose.
     

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