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- About 3 out of 4 dentists are solo practitioners.
- Dentists must graduate from an accredited dental school and pass written and practical examinations; competition for admission to dental school is keen.
- Faster than average employment growth is projected.
- Job prospects should be good, reflecting the need to replace the large number of dentists expected to retire.
- Keen competition is expected for jobs because many talented individuals are attracted to this occupation.
- Self employment is common; many interior designers work in small firms or on a contract basis.
- Postsecondary education—either an associate or a bachelor’s degree—is necessary for entry-level positions; some States license interior designers.
- Despite the projected decline in employment, job opportunities should be good as many people leave this occupation, due to relatively low wages and limited advancement opportunities.
- Floral design is the only design specialty that does not require formal postsecondary training.
- Many floral designers work long hours on weekends and holidays, filling orders and setting up decorations for weddings and other events.
- Many self-enrichment teachers are self-employed or work part time.
- Teachers should have knowledge and enthusiasm for their subject, but little formal training is required.
- Employment is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations, and job prospects should be favorable; opportunities may vary by subject taught.
- Training requirements are set by each State and range from a high school diploma to a college degree, although a high school diploma and a little experience is adequate for many preschool teaching jobs.
- Employment of preschool teachers is projected to grow faster than the average through 2018. Job prospects are expected to be excellent due to high turnover.
- Many postsecondary teachers find the environment intellectually stimulating and rewarding because they are surrounded by others who enjoy the subject.
- Educational qualifications range from expertise in a particular field to a Ph.D., depending on the subject taught and the type of educational institution.
- Competition is expected for tenure-track positions; better opportunities are expected for part-time or non-tenure-track positions.
- Ph.D. recipients should experience the best job prospects.
- Many adult literacy and remedial education teachers work part time and receive no benefits.
- Many programs require teachers to have at least a bachelor's degree; a public school teaching license may be required for publicly run programs in most States.
- Job opportunities are expected to be favorable, particularly for teachers of English to speakers of other languages.
- Job prospects are expected to be excellent, especially for those with certification.
- Demand for real-time broadcast captioning and translating will spur employment growth.
- The amount of training required to become a court reporter varies by specialization; licensure requirements vary by State.
- A high school diploma is the minimum educational requirement, but employers often seek individuals with relevant work experience or education beyond high school.
- Employment is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations.
- Job opportunities should be excellent, particularly for applicants with appropriate postsecondary education; but wages remain low.