Wayne State University College of Education students and graduates are recruited and employed in a wide variety of careers in teacher education, instructional design, leadership and policy, kinesiology, sports administration, educational psychology, and counseling. They are in demand and lead the way in some of the world's most important and inspiring professions. In fact, our alumni represent nearly a quarter of all school administrators in Michigan.
There are a growing number of jobs available, and our goal is to help connect our community with the employers looking to fill them.
Student and alumni
Whether you just started at Wayne State University, are preparing to graduate, or have been in the workforce for a number of years. Wayne State University's Career Services is here to assist. We always encourage you to visit and utilize the services sooner rather than later. There are a number of recommendations and tips that will assist you to achieve your career goals.
Salary information and career trends
- The American Association for Employment in Education (AAEE) regularly publishes supply and demand information.
- Salary Information may be obtained from the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). Salaries for teachers vary within each state.
- Why Do Teachers Go Into Teaching? | HuffPost August 31, 2017
Handshake (wayne.joinhandshake.com) is our recruiting web-based recruiting platform that allows you to post jobs and connect with students directly. For complete details on how to set-up an account and use Handshake effectively, check out the Handshake tab.