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    Operating as either public or privately owned, profit or non-profit, the Education sector is highly diverse. Schools, colleges, universitites, and training centers offer a wide variety of economical services through various means, such as the internet, television, correspondence, and other distance learning methods. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the education occupation is expected to grow 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, adding approximately 697,600 new jobs to the economy. Growth in this field is largely influenced by school enrollments and budget allocations. 

    Median annual wages are as follows: 

    Postsecondary Teachers:

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    High School Teachers: 

    Special Education Teachers:

    In May 2015, the median annual wage for education and training services was $47,220, which is higher than the average median annual wage for all occupations. Industries that have the highest level of employment include elementary and secondary schools, local government, educational support services, state government, as well as child day care services.

    The top paying industries for this occupation include colleges, universities, and professional schools, technical and trade schools, local government, elementary and secondary schools, and psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals. 

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